Tammy was the only child of two Auschwitz survivors. Her mother spent four years as Dr. Mengele’s (Jewish!) secretary. Tammy was born after the war, but her parents’ past haunted her childhood, and stole her natural right to happiness.
It is only at the age of 45 that Tammy discovers that she has never really lived or been loved. This startling revelation comes to her through a stranger, who suddenly enters her life, and opens up locked doors to her soul. But is Tammy capable of loving and being loved as she dreams, or will the black hole inside her swallow anyone who dares to come close?
Whistle is a monodrama that gives voice to the pain of second-generation Holocaust survivors, and exposes the invisible, yet deep, wounds of the Holocaust.
"Whistle - my mother was Mengele's secretary" has been translated to 7 languages!
The play has participated in International festivals and hosted at prominent theatres in Europe.
Both audience and critics rave about this unforgettable show and performance.
It will be at Center Stage before another International tour at festivals in Bratislava and Croatia .
Thursday December 23rd 8.00pm
Adapted for the Stage and Performed By
Approximately 60 minutes (no intermission)
"A fantastic virtuosic performance of Hadar Galron...don't miss it!" - Galei Tzahal Radio
Fascinating, thought provoking production...Hadar left the audience spellbound" - Watford Guardian London
"Hadar Galron humanizes the torn characters...a powerful and moving play" - Yediot Aharonot, Ynet