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And Then They Came for Me is a play by American author James Still. It is a multimedia production, which combines tapes of interviews with Anne Frank's friends who survived the Holocaust – Ed Silverberg (formerly Helmuth "Hello" Silberberg) and Eva Geiringer Schloss - with live actors recreating the scenes from their lives. It is part oral history, part drama, part remembrance, and is ensemble driven. The title refers to the famous 1946 poem "First they came ..." by Pastor Martin Niemöller.

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  • And Then They Came for Me is a play by American author James Still. It is a multimedia production, which combines tapes of interviews with Anne Frank's friends who survived the Holocaust – Ed Silverberg (formerly Helmuth "Hello" Silberberg) and Eva Geiringer Schloss - with live actors recreating the scenes from their lives. It is part oral history, part drama, part remembrance, and is ensemble driven. The title refers to the famous 1946 poem "First they came ..." by Pastor Martin Niemöller. (en)
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  • And Then They Came for Me is a play by American author James Still. It is a multimedia production, which combines tapes of interviews with Anne Frank's friends who survived the Holocaust – Ed Silverberg (formerly Helmuth "Hello" Silberberg) and Eva Geiringer Schloss - with live actors recreating the scenes from their lives. It is part oral history, part drama, part remembrance, and is ensemble driven. The title refers to the famous 1946 poem "First they came ..." by Pastor Martin Niemöller. (en)
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