Family Matters: Ghosts and the Holocaust and the Suitcase of Documents

Craig Rosen shares his story of the Ghosts he’s carried with him in a leather brief case. He had explored the documents inside, but the documents found him. Craig shares his family’s story that brings to life voices of the holocaust’s victims and survivors.

Craig Rosen has been coordinator of the MVCC Academic Theater since his arrival at Moraine in 2002. He holds a Ph.D. in theater from the University of Colorado, an MA from Emerson College, and a BA from Temple University in his native Philadelphia. He was awarded an Ogilvy Fellowship for British Travel and Research. Craig has directed plays throughout Colorado, Minnesota and his work has been performed at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, and the Jones Theater in Westcliffe, CO. He served as a judge for the Joseph Jefferson Awards for Excellence in Theatre in the Chicago area and has directed over 30 plays at Moraine Valley.

This event is part of the TLC: Teaching & Learning Community event.

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