Get your tickets now for the one evening only performance of Silent Witnesses!

Saturday, May 4th at 8 pm, Tickets $20

Written and performed by acclaimed actress Stephanie Satie, Silent Witnesses gives voice to four extraordinary women who are child survivors of the Holocaust during World War II. This powerful and compassionate one-woman play is not the story of victims. It is an uplifting story of survival. Reenacting details based on interviews and conversations with child survivors, these stories are unique in the realm of Holocaust narratives. Their memories were shaped through a child’s lens, yet infused with the wisdom of the adults they’ve become. Winner of Best Documentary Script from the United Solo Festival in New York in 2014 and the Women in Arts and Media Coalition Collaboration Award in 2013. Click here to purchase tickets or call 732.706.4100. If you are interested in your school attending the event, or group sales email here. 

Stephanie Satie has appeared on and off-Broadway, in national tours and regional theaters, in plays ranging from Shakespeare to Neil Simon, not to mention Shaw to Ionesco. She also performed and studied in Moscow. Her first solo play, Duse, Heartburn & Me, directed by Jennie Ventriss, was developed at the Ensemble Studio Theatre in N.Y. and toured under the auspices of The American Theater Wing. Theater credits include the west coast premiere of Alan Brody's play, Invention for Fathers and Sons, for which she won a Dramalogue award, Last of the Red Hot Lovers, directed by Marcia Rodd, Two for the Seesaw, Suggs, and Shakespeare in a Nutshell, directed by Armin Shimmermin, all at the award-winning Theatre 40; and the role of Donna in the long running Steven Berkoff hit, Kvetch, at the Odyssey Theatre. On TV, she recurred in The Wonder Years as Ida Pfeiffer (Paul's mom) and on The Practice, Beverly Hills 90210, General Hospital, All My Children, and many television dramas.