The JCC in Manhattan presents:
The remarkable story of Ingelore Herz Honigstein, who was born deaf in 1924 to Jewish parents in Germany. At the age of 13 her childhood was interrupted by the rise of the Third Reich. Mixed with re-enacted drama and archival footage, Honigstein retells her tale in spoken English and ASL.
This program is put on in collaboration with HBO.
Ingelore will be shown tonight, May 2, starting at 7:00 p.m. Admission is free, but due to limited space, advance registration is recommended. For more information, visit this page or call 646-505-5708.