If the Whole Body Dies

By Robert Skloot

Directed by Roseann Sheridan

Staged reading of a new one-act play by UW Theatre and Jewish Studies professor, Bob Skloot, about the life of Raphael Lemkin (1900-1959), the jurist who coined the word genocide and was responsible for the United
Nations ratification of the Convention Against Genocide. It will be directed by Roseann Sheridan, formerly associate artistic director of the American Players Theatre.

Produced by UW Madison Theatre and Drama Dept at 4010 Vilas Hall, Corner Park & University

Performances: Thursday 12/15, Sat. Dec. 17, Sun. Dec. 18, 2005, at Thursday at 4pm, Saturday at 2 & 5pm, Sunday at 4pm

Ticket Prices $2.00 at the door

Call 608-263-3352 for more information.

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