Vic Alhadeff: "Torn by War" a play written by Vic of his personal story...His father believed his fiancé was murdered in Auschwitz
Our guest is Vic Alhadeff, with his personal family story from the Holocaust, “Torn Apart by War”.
Vic has written a play about his unique story that will be staged in Sydney in March.
TORN APART BY WAR is the compelling true story of two people whose lives were turned upside-down by war and misunderstanding. If things had gone according to plan, everything would have been so different.
Vic Alhadeff's father thought his fiancée had been murdered at Auschwitz; she thought he had perished.
The drama takes place during World War II against the backdrop of the Greek island of Rhodes and the Holocaust of the Greek Jews.
Vic Alhadeff is a Non-Executive Director of SBS, former Chair of Multicultural NSW, former CEO of the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies
Venue: ARA Darling Quarter Theatre, Date and time: Thu 17 march 7pm, Friday 18 March 11am, Sat 19 March 3pm & 7pm
Two performances at the Randwick Ritz as part of JIIF on Sunday March 20 at 4.30pm and Sunday 3rd April at 4.30pm