Here is what venues we have played are saying about IMAGES: Remembrances of the Holocaust - THE EVA SCHLOSS STORY
"A visual and emotional powerhouse of a show. Storytelling, at its finest. A multimedia presentation that transports you back in time. Molly Galano is exquisite as Eva."
----John Cox, President, Youngstown Playhouse
"Jack Ballantyne's original play, 'Images: Remembrances of the Holocaust - The Eva Schloss Story', has been crafted with genuine love for its subject, and its subject is worthy of that love. The remarkable real-life chronicle of Eva Schloss, Holocaust survivor and peer to Anne Frank, is told not only through a show-length monologue that sole cast member Molly Galano delivers matchlessly, but through the images referred to in the play's title --- a tapestry of multi-media woven to illuminate the text and to stress the importance of the indelible sights and visions living in Eva's mind. Ballantyne has created a you-are-there experience that is at once completely theatrical and yet as intimate as a personal visit."
----James McClellan, Operations Manager, Youngstown Playhouse
"A must see monologue delivered by Molly Galano as Eva Schloss that will play on your emotions from start to finish.
Disbelief, Fear, Anger, Sadness, Passion, Love, Respect, Humility, it's all interwoven thoughout this truly rmarkable performance.
Although the actual Holocaust sadly occurred 70 plus years ago, you can't help but feel you were there while experiencing this production which is delivered in a powerful and robust multi-media venue.
The last living survivors of the Holocaust are now mostly in their 80's and 90's. In a few years almost no one will be left to speak from personal experience of what it meant to be a Holocaust survivor.
Bring your family, friends, and especially students to experience this play. The world has proclaimed that we "Never Forget" the Holocaust. If you attend this story you won't."
-----Samuel M. Bernstine; President Temple Hadar Israel, New Castle, PA
" 'Images: Remembrances of the Holocaust' brought a powerful story to life with a mixture of expertly designed multimedia, and immensely talented acting. RMU featured this show as the highlight of Women's History Month program, as it is a moving, historically accurate, and engaging theatrical experience."
---------John Locke, Ph.D., Director of Student Activities and Leadership Development,
Robert Morris University