“Five Pieces of Paper: Stories My Hungarian Grandmother Refused to Tell Me and Other Family Tales” was created in response to the Charlottesville riots at the University of Virginia on August 11-12, 2017 where neo-Nazis, alt-right, neo-Confederates, neo-fascists, white nationalists, Klansmen, and other racists group marched, attacked counter protesters, and drove through the crowd killing one woman and injuring 19 other protesters.
This show is about countering hate and intolerance.
It is a show about hope. It’s a show about love. It’s a show about remembering the horrors of the not-so-distant past and giving the audience an emotional multi-sensory experience with which to examine modern-day prejudices and bigotry.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
Moti is currently self-funding all projects related to “Five Pieces of Paper.” Any contribution you make will help increase awareness, viewership, and visibility of the important messages this show imparts.
This will be achieved by the following:
- Creating a documentary film combining Moti’s grandmother’s story, the stage show, and the upcoming college tour.
- Bringing the “Five Pieces of Paper” stage show to international theater festivals.
- Taking the educational version of the stage show to schools and colleges.
Please send an email to find out how to donate.