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Sendak on Adapting 'Brundibar' for Theater

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Sendak on Adapting 'Brundibar' for Theater

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Sendak on Adapting 'Brundibar' for Theater

Sendak on Adapting 'Brundibar' for Theater

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Writer-artist Maurice Sendak talks about his collaboration with playwright Tony Kushner (best known for Angels in America) on an adaptation of the opera Brundibar. The children's opera originally performed by children in the Nazi concentration camp Terezin. This interview originally aired Oct. 30, 2003.

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