The Israeli diplomat, GAL Rudich, updated that he was present at the recently held play at Riga’s Jewish community. Rudich stated that he was deeply moved to watch the Czech opera ‘Brundibar’, performed by German schoolchildren at #Riga’s Jewish community.
Rudich also shared his emotions and thoughts towards the play, which tells a horrific and dark chapter in the history of the Holocaust. The Israeli diplomat also stated that this kind of production plays a major role in keeping the memories of its original Theresienstadt cast alive by educating the people about history.
I was deeply moved to watch the Czech opera ‘Brundibar’, performed by German schoolchildren at #Riga‘s Jewish community.
— Gal Rudich (@Galtweets) November 10, 2022
In addition, it was stated that, “such productions could really help in tying people to their roots. It can also be derived that such plays, public events and productions provide a chance for people to form a better bond with one another at the event and share a memorable time together.”
Gal Rudich also shared some special pictures of the event, which show the raw emotions and a form of unity among the people at the venue. The crowd at the event was seen considerably attached and involved in the play throughout the whole time. The play showed the important parts of the history and background of the original Theresienstadt cast.
The show held at Riga’s Jewish community included various acts. It can be considered that every act in the play was closely prepared to cater to the public emotionally and historically, which then caught the full attention of the public. This kind of play is deeply connected to the viewers as they are specially designed and prepared according to the subject of the play, which holds some deep message for the viewers.
It can also be stated that, “historical plays are bound to be made very precisely and carefully because it influences people in a positive way. All the sensitive topics related to the history of any specific reign hold a great way of addressing the people of the community.”