Archive for the ‘Shoah Business’ Category

‘Holocaust’ Huckster Brings His Travelin’ Show to Kiev

September 16, 2011
There’s no business like Shoah business.

Fr. Desbois and his elder brothers in the fraud with former Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma at the Kiev stop of his “Holocaust by Bullets” roadshow

Dr. Robert Faurisson has recognized Fr. Patrick Desbois as the “world champion of holocaustic bluff … one hell of a trickster whose various productions dedicated to ‘the Holocaust by bullets,’ notably in the Ukraine, seem to have reached the very peaks of Judeo-Christian media hype.”

Dr. Faurisson’s explanation of Desbois’ flim flam can be read HERE. I have written about the ‘Holocaust’ hawker, Patrick Desbois HERE and HERE. Fr. Desbois and his travelin’ ‘Holocaust’ show has the full support of Cardinal Jean-Pierre Ricard (of the Eclessia Dei Commission which oversees all things related to the traditional Latin Mass and ‘regularization’ with the SSPX) and Pope Benedict XVI.

The people of Kiev deserve an apology for the Judeo-Bolshevik terror and genocide perpetrated upon their ancestors by the ancestors of Patrick Desbois’ eternally holocausted brothers in the faith, but instead they’re visited by Desbois’ mobile guilt chamber. Such is the the state of Catholic evangelism in 2011. Run for your lives away from these villains.

The establishment press only runs puff pieces for Fr. Desbois. I’ve made the necessary corrections below:

Holocaust exhibit opens in Kiev

By MARIA DANILOVA, Associated Press – Sep 8, 2011

KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — An exhibition focused on [an unsubstantiated claim of a] massacre of 1.4 million [Yiddish folk] in Soviet Ukraine opened in Kiev on Thursday, featuring a [disparate] display of [alleged] Nazi bullets, photographs of bones [alleged to be Judaic] and tearful [alleged] witness testimonies, [lots of ‘witness testimonies’ as we’ve come to expect in support of an alleged genocide of unprecedented scale for which scant material evidence exists].

The exhibit is based on the work of [a] French Catholic Priest [who has no training in forensic investigation, but does have a love for Talmud and burning zeal for Holocaustolatry] Patrick Desbois, who has been canvassing Ukrainian villages on a quest to [claim every mass grave in East Europe and many more imaginary ones as being filled with Judaic corpses] shot by Nazi soldiers and their collaborators during [‘The Holocaust’. The exhibit does not mention the millions of Ukrainian people killed by Judaic Bolsheviks and later systematically starved to death. Indeed, it endeavors to count Christian Ukrainian mass graves as being filled with ‘Jews.’]  

“Each Jewish person deserves to be buried and reintegrated into humanity,” Desbois said, [“but not non-Jews and especially not Ukrainians.] We cannot live like predators next to mass graves … building modern societies on the graves of people that we assassinated, [except in Israel because The Jews aren’t bound by Goy standards.”]

[The Judaic establishment’s court historians] say some 1.4 million of Soviet Ukraine’s 2.4 million [Yiddish folk] were executed, starved to death or died of disease during World War II. [They don’t say anything about the tens of millions of East European Christians who were executed, starved to death or died of disease prior to, during and after World War II because their careers would be terminated. Judaic] remains are [alleged to be] strewn around the country in common graves, many of them [memorialized by Patrick Debois and the multimillion dollar ‘Holocaust’ ‘Museums’ around the world, books films, liturgies, articles etc. ad nauseam. Christian mass graves from that time period] are largely ignored [particularly so by Patrick Desbois] and unmarked.

[According to the new-and-improved version of holy ‘Holocaust’ writ, an alleged] shooting slaughter of [Judaic people] in Ukraine, Belarus and Russia was the opening phase of what [is alleged to be] the Nazis’ Final Solution [a concept conjured up after the war by ‘Holocaust’ propagandists] with its [spooky and sinister, as seen in the movies] factories of death [depicted as] operating in Auschwitz and other camps in Nazi-occupied Poland [according to ‘Holocaust’ books and dramatizations].

[Court historians say the] campaign began after Germany invaded the Soviet Union in June 1941 and [holy ‘Holocaust’ writ proclaims the “Holocaust’ of bullets”] epitomized by Babi Yar, a ravine in the capital Kiev where [Allied atrocity propaganda, and subsequently, holy ‘Holocaust’ books and films declare that] Nazis killed about 34,000 [Judaic people by lining them up in front of a pit that they were forced to dig themselves, shooting them and then covering the bodies up with hand shovels] during just two days in September 1941 [despite the absurdity of the claim and no physical evidence supporting it. Due to pressure from Judaic power organizations] Ukraine will mark the 70th anniversary of [this mythical Judaic calamity] later this month [because it’s a fundamental element of Judaic tradition to ‘remember’ countless persecutions ‘the Goyim’ have perpetrated against them for no reason except that “they are ‘Jews.” Also due to pressure from Judaic power organizations, no similar memorials are held for the Ukraine’s own victims of Judaic mass murderers because it’s fundamental to Judaic tradition to blot out persecutions of non-Judaic people except where they’re expedient to pit non-Judaic tribes against each other].

Desbois [is figurehead of] a [rabbinic] Association Yahad-in-Unum, (the Hebrew and Latin words for “together”), which was founded by [Vatican prelates and their brother rabbis] to [guilt-bash and Judaize Catholics]. He has [conjured] the [myth], “Holocaust by Bullets,” and [with full support from the Vatican, brought his mobile guilt chamber to] Paris, New York and other cities.

http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5i9X1I0h-cETjnb-NZxKWv1EFNksA?docId=2e035839a4b74380b39e4fc4b73917d8

Shoah Business Capital Gets its own ‘Holocaust’ Temple

October 17, 2010

I get the logic. In a town like L.A. it can be very easy to forget how victimized ‘The Jews’ are.

I wonder, are the children of Mexican dishwashers as susceptible to baseless, forced guilt as the descendants of WWII canon fodder? I hope not, because ending this lunacy may depend upon them.

Holocaust museum opens in L.A.

October 17, 2010

LOS ANGELES (JTA) — A $19 million Holocaust museum opened in a popular recreational area in Los Angeles.

Civic dignitaries and Holocaust survivors were on hand Oct. 14 for the official opening of The Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust in Pan Pacific Park, near the old Jewish Fairfax district.

Admission will be free, said the museum’s board president, E. Randol Schoenberg. Among the visitors each year will be an estimated 40,000 to 50,000 high school students taking state-mandated Holocaust instruction.

full article:

http://www.jta.org/news/article/2010/10/17/2741315/holocaust-museum-opens-in-la

This Week in Holocaustolatry

March 16, 2010

Cardinal Dziwisz, JPII’s assistant, the scoundrel who silenced Fr. Tadeusz Isakowicz-Zaleski from revealing the identities of 39 Communist secret police collaborator priests in the Archdiocese of Krakow, sanctifying the idol of Holocaustolatry at Yad Vashem, March 15, 2010.

The pious, yarmulke wearing hand puppet, Joe Biden at Yad Vashem March 9, 2010 who recited “[Counterfeit] Israel is a central bolt in the world’s existence.”

Transcript of Putin Meeting with Chief Rabbi of Russia, Lubavitcher, Berel Lazar

January 26, 2010


What an expedient relationship. Rabbis thank Putin for the assistance of the Red Army. Putin thanks Rabbis for their assistance, via Shoah Business, in covering up the atrocities of the Red Army. There is complete agreement in their opposition to “Holocaust” revisionism:

Vladimir Putin: I am very happy to see you. We have been trying to meet and talk for a long time. We had an opportunity to discuss our current business together briefly. I know about your project, and I remember that you told me about the construction of a museum. How is it going?

Berl Lazar: Despite the crisis, the project we planned and that you helped start is being carried out on time. We planned to open the museum in two years, and this is still realistic.

Vladimir Putin: Is it being built or not?

Berl Lazar: The building has already been finished. Now we need to finish the interiors… Much work is still ahead, but, thank God, we can already see the light at the end of the tunnel.

Today is the eve of January 27, and we think that this is a very big event. We Jews will never forget what the Soviet Army, the Red Army, did for us during World War II. We must clearly emphasise this and tell people how it was in reality, because, regrettably, what we see happening in Ukraine in the last few days is simply appalling. We cannot accept this, and we will help people understand these issues so that everyone is clear on the past. Historical facts are the best answer when we see something like this.

Vladimir Putin: I closely follow what is happening in the world to distort history, in particular, to deny the Holocaust. I would like to note that Jewish organizations are our consistent allies in our efforts to preserve the memory of the victims of Nazism and the real tragedies of World War II. We had their support when the monument was moved in Tallinn, and we see this in other regions of the world, where attempts are made to revise the truth about the tragedy of World War II. We have seen how consistent Jewish organizations are in Russia as well, and we absolutely agree with you on this issue. I would like to thank you for that.

Berl Lazar: I think that those who saw and felt this tragedy cannot deny it. There are many people who, by no coincidence, continue to say: we were there, we know who helped us and who did not. This is not even a question.

Overall, I think that the Jewish community in Russia would like to prove that it is impossible to deny this moment and the Holocaust as a whole, and to prove participation of every nation that helped us. This is an ideological approach. This is not only because some people helped and some did not. Nazism is bad not only because its proponents killed, but because they killed and justified their actions. There were people who helped them in the Baltic countries and in Ukraine – local people took part in the liquidation of the Jews.

Saying that the Nazis came and the people resisted is not enough. There were many people who did many things, but on the whole it was the state that helped. That is why it is frightening when now some are trying again to come up with their own versions of history.

Vladimir Putin: I agree.

Russian Federation transcript

Also see:

Putin promises financial support to Chief Rabbi Lazar for Russian Jewish museum

Benedict’s Third Synagogue Spectacular to Feature Another Guilt Liturgy of ‘The Holocaust’

January 16, 2010

TRIBUTE TO HOLOCAUST VICTIMS TO OPEN POPE’S SYNAGOGUE VISIT

(ANSA) – Vatican City, January 12 – Pope Benedict XVI’s landmark visit to the Rome Synagogue next week will open with a tribute to the capital’s Jews killed in the Holocaust, the Vatican press office said Tuesday. The visit will start with a homage at a memorial plaque commemorating the events of October 1943, when Nazi troops swept into Rome’s Jewish ghetto and deported more than 2,000 Jews to concentration camps, the statement said. Although many Jews fled Rome prior to the troops’ arrival, almost none of those deported survived. Benedict, only the second pope in history to enter the Rome Synagogue, will be greeted at the entrance to the ghetto by the respective heads of the Rome Jewish Community and the Italian Jewish Community, Riccardo Pacifici and Renzo Gattegna. He will stop to pay tribute at the Holocaust memorial and will then be welcomed at the Synagogue steps by Rome’s Chief Rabbi Riccardo Di Segni, the Vatican statement said. A choir will greet the pontiff inside the building, after which the official meeting will get under way, with speeches from both sides. After leaving the building, Benedict will be taken to the gardens and Rome’s Jewish Museum … The visit has been scheduled to take place on Catholic-Jewish Dialogue Day, which this year also coincides with the Roman Jewish holiday of ‘Moed di Piombo’ …

full article:

http://www.aeroportidipuglia.it/default.asp?idlingua=2&rif=2&idNews=228182

Priest, Rabbi Ask, “Did God Survive the Holocaust?”

November 22, 2009

Heaven, earth and God Himself may pass away, but “The Holocaust” shall not pass away. (Gospel of Wiesel 21;33)

Fr. John T. Pawlikowski, apparently a disciple of Elie Wiesel, was the topic of the last blog entry, ‘Shoah’ Theologian Reveals Hermetic/Kabbalistic Doctrine at Core of Holocaustolatry.

Jewish and Catholic leaders to discuss God and the Holocaust

November 21, 2009

A challenging dialogue concerning God and the Holocaust will be discussed by Jewish and Roman Catholic leaders on Monday, at the Eastern Michigan University Student Ballroom at 7 p.m. The public is invited to attend this free event.

Dr. Guy Stern, Ph.D., director of the International Institute of the Righteous of the Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus in Farmington Hills will discuss a Jewish point of view. This year, the Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus celebrates its 25th anniversary as America’s first freestanding museum dedicated to the memory of the Holocaust. The International Institute of the Righteous honors the thousands of non-Jews who saved or attempted to save at least one Jew, with the knowledge that they were putting themselves in danger by doing so. As is quoted on the museum’s Web site, “As it said in the Talmud: ‘When someone saves a life, it is as if that person had saved the whole world.’” [This falsification is set straight HERE, MP.]

… Father John T. Pawlikowski, OSM, Ph.D., will represent the Catholic perspective in the dialogue. A professor of social ethics at the Catholic Theological Union and director of the Catholic-Jewish Studies Program at the Catholic Theological Union’s Cardinal Joseph Bernadin Center, Fr. Pawlikowski hails from the largest Roman Catholic Graduate School of Theology and Ministry in the U.S.

The Jewish/Catholic conversation, entitled “Did God Survive the Holocaust,” will be presented by Hillel at Eastern Michigan University and by Holy Trinity Catholic Student Parish. The moderator of the dialogue will be Dr Martin Schichtman, professor of English, and co-sponsored by the Division of Academic Affairs; the College of Arts and Sciences; the Department of Communication; the Media and Theater Arts; the Department of History and Philosphy; the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology; and the Department of World Languages.

The Eastern Michigan University Student Center Ballroom is located at 900 Oakwood in Ypsilanti, Mich. For more information, call (734) 740-2885.

http://www.annarbor.com/faith/jewish-and-catholic-leaders-to-discuss-god-and-the-holocaust/

Catholic School Teachers Programmed to "Bear Witness" to Holocaustolatry

July 30, 2009

“Advanced” Holocaustolatry:

In Israel, Catholic School Teachers Study Anti-Semitism & the Holocaust

New York, NY, July 30, 2009 … Catholic school teachers from around the country traveled to Israel to learn about anti-Semitism and the Holocaust as part of the Anti-Defamation League’s (ADL) nationally acclaimed Bearing Witness Advanced program.

Bearing Witness Advanced provides educators with an opportunity to gain firsthand knowledge of Israel against the backdrop of Jewish history, the Holocaust and Catholic-Jewish relations.

“Combining experts’ knowledge of the Holocaust with the words of those who experienced it can have a unique and powerful impact,” said Dr. Ed S. Alster, ADL’s Director of Education. “The teachers learned firsthand how anti-Semitism can lead to tragedy if left unchecked. The experience should enable them to convey these lessons to their students more effectively.”

At Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Authority, the teachers heard from Holocaust survivors, historians and pedagogical experts. They also visited Christian and Jewish holy sites, and met with interfaith experts. To lend a contemporary sense of Israel, the group traveled around the country, and met with authors, journalists and political analysts.

To prepare for the trip, the educators attended an introductory seminar at Seton Hall University with Holocaust and anti-Semitism experts.

The 19 participants in the 2009 Bearing Witness Advanced seminar hailed from Arizona, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Montana, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. All are graduates of regional ADL Bearing Witness programs.

Since its inception, Bearing Witness has trained more than 1,000 Catholic school educators across the country. In 1998 it became an ADL nationally sponsored program and ADL regional offices began replicating the initiative in 2002. Bearing Witness is endorsed by the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) and the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

The Anti-Defamation League, founded in 1913, is the world’s leading organization fighting anti-Semitism through programs and services that counteract hatred, prejudice and bigotry.

http://www.adl.org/PresRele/ChJew_31/5573_31.htm

see:

Fact Sheet on the ADL

Rabbis Preach Guilt in Catholic Schools

New Testament and Catholic Schools Processed by Talmudic Dialectics

Cardinal Keeler Honored by ADL

NY’s New Archbishop Gets Straight to Work

USCCB Still Foisting Shoah Business on Catholics

Chief Rabbis Ask Pope for Holocaust Studies in Catholic Schools

neoBolshevik Warfare Taking Place in Catholic Classrooms

Bad Advice From the Pope

“Auschwitz: Beginning of a New Era?”

Catholic School Teachers Programmed to "Bear Witness" to Holocaustolatry

July 30, 2009

“Advanced” Holocaustolatry:

In Israel, Catholic School Teachers Study Anti-Semitism & the Holocaust

New York, NY, July 30, 2009 … Catholic school teachers from around the country traveled to Israel to learn about anti-Semitism and the Holocaust as part of the Anti-Defamation League’s (ADL) nationally acclaimed Bearing Witness Advanced program.

Bearing Witness Advanced provides educators with an opportunity to gain firsthand knowledge of Israel against the backdrop of Jewish history, the Holocaust and Catholic-Jewish relations.

“Combining experts’ knowledge of the Holocaust with the words of those who experienced it can have a unique and powerful impact,” said Dr. Ed S. Alster, ADL’s Director of Education. “The teachers learned firsthand how anti-Semitism can lead to tragedy if left unchecked. The experience should enable them to convey these lessons to their students more effectively.”

At Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Authority, the teachers heard from Holocaust survivors, historians and pedagogical experts. They also visited Christian and Jewish holy sites, and met with interfaith experts. To lend a contemporary sense of Israel, the group traveled around the country, and met with authors, journalists and political analysts.

To prepare for the trip, the educators attended an introductory seminar at Seton Hall University with Holocaust and anti-Semitism experts.

The 19 participants in the 2009 Bearing Witness Advanced seminar hailed from Arizona, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Montana, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. All are graduates of regional ADL Bearing Witness programs.

Since its inception, Bearing Witness has trained more than 1,000 Catholic school educators across the country. In 1998 it became an ADL nationally sponsored program and ADL regional offices began replicating the initiative in 2002. Bearing Witness is endorsed by the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) and the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

The Anti-Defamation League, founded in 1913, is the world’s leading organization fighting anti-Semitism through programs and services that counteract hatred, prejudice and bigotry.

http://www.adl.org/PresRele/ChJew_31/5573_31.htm

see:

Fact Sheet on the ADL

Rabbis Preach Guilt in Catholic Schools

New Testament and Catholic Schools Processed by Talmudic Dialectics

Cardinal Keeler Honored by ADL

NY’s New Archbishop Gets Straight to Work

USCCB Still Foisting Shoah Business on Catholics

Chief Rabbis Ask Pope for Holocaust Studies in Catholic Schools

neoBolshevik Warfare Taking Place in Catholic Classrooms

Bad Advice From the Pope

“Auschwitz: Beginning of a New Era?”

Shoah Business at Thibodaux, Louisiana Catholic High School

April 5, 2009
Vandebilt Catholic High School students (from left) Brittany Eschete, Anna Lee, Rayni Francis, James Chauvin, Katie Shexnayder, Eric Garcia, Kami Ellender, Nicole Theriot, Whitney Theriot, Charles Gyer and John Casey are seen with Margot Garon (center), a Holocaust survivor, and Plater Robinson (top left), a Holocaust education specialist. The students visited with Garon to understand the significance of the Holocaust to help the drama students with an upcoming play.

School’s theater group tackles history with production

Michael F. Vinning – Thibodaux Daily Comet

Friday, April 3, 2009

Vandebilt Catholic High School’s theater club is making history — actually staging history with two productions.

A two-part production, “And Then They Came For Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank and 100 Years of Broadway is scheduled for 7 p.m. April 3 and 4, and 2 p.m. April 5 at the Houma school, 209 S. Hollywood Road.

“This will truly be a night of entertainment you won’t soon forget,” said Anne Mohana, director of the drama portion of the show. “It’s very different from our past shows which have mostly been big musical productions that were light and fluffy.”

The show features two groups of students — a show choir and a drama group. Mohana said the show opens with the Medley Group and their presentation of “100 Years of Broadway.”

“It’s about 40 minutes of the best show tunes from the last 100 years of Broadway — tunes that many older residents grew up with,” she said.

The second part of the show is a dramatic production entitled, “And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank.”

“The piece depicts the lives of Anne Frank and two other young characters from her diary,” Mohana said. “The story line jumps back and forth through time.”

The play also features an audio-visual component, in which footage of the actual survivors are projected onto a big screen placed on stage with the student actors.

“Footage of the characters in their older years will be played on screen while their younger selves will be acted out on stage by the students,” Mohana said. “There is one part in the play where one of the young characters actually appears to be talking to his older self on screen; it makes for some very interesting drama.”

The play has won American Theater awards by tackling some serious issues while being written sensitively enough for young audiences.

“This is a great way to introduce these disturbing topics of war and holocaust to audiences in fifth, sixth and seventh grades,” Mohana said. “As adults we have to shield our younger kids from the horrors of these stories, but children are resilient and intelligent; they can handle the subject matter if presented in the right way — and this play is the right way.”

She said three local pre-teens have parts in the play as Hitler youths.

“I didn’t think they really understood the magnitude of the information they were playing a part of,” Mohana said. “Just goes to show you how bright young kids are because they went home one night and had a lengthy conversation about the topic with their parents at dinner.”

The production serves as more than just merely entertainment. Students involved in the piece made a trip to New Orleans to meet and speak with a woman who fled to Monroe with her family during the Holocaust to get a deeper understanding of the parts they would be playing.

Mohana added that she admits the play is a little risky.

“It is definitely not light, fluffy or a safe call,” she said. “I don’t think there are many other high schools out there that would be willing to tackle such a seriously dramatic event.”

The two performances together is approximately two hours and 15 minutes including intermission. The Medley Group is being co-directed by Ginny Medina-Hamilton and Hannah Arceneaux.

Tickets cost $5 for students and $8 for adults. Adults who bring 10 students get one free adult admission. All tickets will be sold at the door starting 30 minutes before each performance. For information, call Mohana at 876-2551.

http://www.dailycomet.com/article/20090403/BIGFUN/904029943/1038/OBITUARIES?Title=School-s-theater-group-tackles-history-with-production#

Shoah Business at Thibodaux, Louisiana Catholic High School

April 5, 2009
Vandebilt Catholic High School students (from left) Brittany Eschete, Anna Lee, Rayni Francis, James Chauvin, Katie Shexnayder, Eric Garcia, Kami Ellender, Nicole Theriot, Whitney Theriot, Charles Gyer and John Casey are seen with Margot Garon (center), a Holocaust survivor, and Plater Robinson (top left), a Holocaust education specialist. The students visited with Garon to understand the significance of the Holocaust to help the drama students with an upcoming play.

School’s theater group tackles history with production

Michael F. Vinning – Thibodaux Daily Comet

Friday, April 3, 2009

Vandebilt Catholic High School’s theater club is making history — actually staging history with two productions.

A two-part production, “And Then They Came For Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank and 100 Years of Broadway is scheduled for 7 p.m. April 3 and 4, and 2 p.m. April 5 at the Houma school, 209 S. Hollywood Road.

“This will truly be a night of entertainment you won’t soon forget,” said Anne Mohana, director of the drama portion of the show. “It’s very different from our past shows which have mostly been big musical productions that were light and fluffy.”

The show features two groups of students — a show choir and a drama group. Mohana said the show opens with the Medley Group and their presentation of “100 Years of Broadway.”

“It’s about 40 minutes of the best show tunes from the last 100 years of Broadway — tunes that many older residents grew up with,” she said.

The second part of the show is a dramatic production entitled, “And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank.”

“The piece depicts the lives of Anne Frank and two other young characters from her diary,” Mohana said. “The story line jumps back and forth through time.”

The play also features an audio-visual component, in which footage of the actual survivors are projected onto a big screen placed on stage with the student actors.

“Footage of the characters in their older years will be played on screen while their younger selves will be acted out on stage by the students,” Mohana said. “There is one part in the play where one of the young characters actually appears to be talking to his older self on screen; it makes for some very interesting drama.”

The play has won American Theater awards by tackling some serious issues while being written sensitively enough for young audiences.

“This is a great way to introduce these disturbing topics of war and holocaust to audiences in fifth, sixth and seventh grades,” Mohana said. “As adults we have to shield our younger kids from the horrors of these stories, but children are resilient and intelligent; they can handle the subject matter if presented in the right way — and this play is the right way.”

She said three local pre-teens have parts in the play as Hitler youths.

“I didn’t think they really understood the magnitude of the information they were playing a part of,” Mohana said. “Just goes to show you how bright young kids are because they went home one night and had a lengthy conversation about the topic with their parents at dinner.”

The production serves as more than just merely entertainment. Students involved in the piece made a trip to New Orleans to meet and speak with a woman who fled to Monroe with her family during the Holocaust to get a deeper understanding of the parts they would be playing.

Mohana added that she admits the play is a little risky.

“It is definitely not light, fluffy or a safe call,” she said. “I don’t think there are many other high schools out there that would be willing to tackle such a seriously dramatic event.”

The two performances together is approximately two hours and 15 minutes including intermission. The Medley Group is being co-directed by Ginny Medina-Hamilton and Hannah Arceneaux.

Tickets cost $5 for students and $8 for adults. Adults who bring 10 students get one free adult admission. All tickets will be sold at the door starting 30 minutes before each performance. For information, call Mohana at 876-2551.

http://www.dailycomet.com/article/20090403/BIGFUN/904029943/1038/OBITUARIES?Title=School-s-theater-group-tackles-history-with-production#