NIGHT OF BROKEN GLASS THE PRODUCTION DEVELOPS AND GROWS AND GROWS

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KEY ASPECTS OF DEVELOPMENT

RECORDED video and testimony as part of the score with Kurt Wildberg , survivor of Kristalnacht, amazing tale of leaving Munich in the night of November 9th 1938. STUDENTS of ACU, doing Masters degrees are composing and recording underscore for the testimony.

Gary Sokolov, son of the Tattooist of Auschwitz, in conversation and supported by vocals and underscore in our show.

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Children of AURORA EARLY EDUCATIONAL SCHOOL practicing daily to learn their songs  to sing in the show. These children are aged between 3-5 years old. This genuinely crosses the generational divide.

installations from 180 undergraduate students from ACU. After a series of seminars with students at ACU looking at story, content, lyrics, songwriting, melody structure and focussing in key personnel like William Cooper, Eichman, Truganini, Lali Sokolov, Primo Levi and many others and this will form part of the set.

The recruitment of ACU choir preparing material.

London co-curated event, led by GB’s most published author and a Royal Literary Fellow, John Farndon featuring a performance by Russian ensemble of Shostokovitch Jewish Poetry piece, addressing Jewish human rights violations of the time. Logistics fornvenuek and live streaming move apace.

Brothers in Arms, an Indigenous contemporary dance troupe preparing some pieces to reflect the modern reflections on the story and relationships between the Australian JEWISH AND ABORIGINAL communities.

Shane Charles, prominent Indigenous didgeridoo player and now part of the music ensemble.

We are certainly very thrilled that things moving ahead at such a creative and productive pace.

Incredible singers and friends of the Humanist community, Sarah MacLaine and Kelly Auty, and we are delighted to have them on board.
Website, flyers and ticketing all in place for huge media launch.

Rehearsals with further choir rehearsals moving full steam ahead  this week.