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February 1, 2015


Unlocking the Gates of Auschwitz 70 Years Later

Commemorating the end of World War II,
Unlocking the Gates of Auschwitz 70 Years Later weaves together rare artifacts, stirring photographs and powerful personal stories of Auschwitz survivors, Bella Ouziel and Werner Coppel. Follow their journeys and explore how life and the spirit of resistance continued amidst the horrors of Auschwitz. This exhibit showcases artifacts and documents
on loan from the Randolph Family Collection, Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives, the Klau Library of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion and the Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education with accompanying images provided by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and Yad Vashem.

This exhibition was curated by the Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education, featuring the Steven F. Cassidy Collection and in partnership with Cincinnati Museum Center and the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.

The exhibit is at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.

Discover the stories of freedom's heroes, and find your own, at The and museum in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio.

Adults: $14
Seniors 60+: $12
Children ages 3-12: $10
Children under 3: Free
Groups: See Tour Information

Tuesday - Saturday
Tickets sold until 4pm. Click here for ticket information.

Join The Bridge Church in Tipp City as they welcome Taylor University's Playback Theatre!
Playback Theatre is interactive and spontaneous. Each show is unique because we base our material on stories from the audience. Performances are carried out by a team of actors, emcee (conductor) and musician
We’ll gather stories during the performance by simply asking the audience if anyone has a story they’d like to share. When someone shares a story from their seat, it is immediately “played back” by the actors, with a fresh perspective.
The number of stories varies with every performance. Sometimes people tell short stories. For example, one little boy raised his hand and shared, “Once we went to the beach and it was too cold to swim.” That was his whole story. After asking him a few more specific questions, we simply played back his experience. The second half of the performance is dedicated to longer stories that are more involved.

Playback Theatre sponsored by The Bridge in Tipp City is free and a light Breakfast Bar will open at 9:30 with the performance beginning at 10:00 AM.