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Theatrical performances can provide opportunities for people to express themselves, mock those in power, or temporarily escape from the difficulties of their daily lives. Theater became an important means of preserving hope and cultural connections during and after the Holocaust. Many dramatic productions were staged in wartime Jewish ghettos and postwar Displaced Persons (DP) camps.

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