Wolf PAC In the News

The Wolf Performing Arts Center and Ronnie Breslow Visit AIM to Promote Holocaust Awareness

Friday, February 7, 2014

"If we forget the lessons of the past, we are surely to allow history to repeat itself.” On January 31st, players from the Wolf Performing Arts Center visited campus to perform the play I Never Saw Another Butterfly for Middle and Upper School students. The play is based on a book by the same name which was published in 1994 and features poetry and art by some of the more than 15,000 children who passed through the Terezin Concentration Camp in Czechoslovakia during World War Two.

Wolf Performing Arts Center campers get 'Wicked' tips from Broadway cast

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Campers at the Wolf Performing Arts Center got a wicked treat as cast members from the Broadway sensation “Wicked” taught them a thing or two about dancing and singing in front of a live audience. 

Dotan Yarden: Butterfly in Prague

For two and a half years, I have been playing the role of Honza Kosek in Celeste Raspanti's I Never Saw Another Butterfly. He was a teenage prisoner in the Terezin concentration camp, and the editor of an underground newspaper produced by and for children. I had the opportunity to visit Prague and Terezin before our first performance. I was thirteen at the time, and I had the feeling that I would have looked up to Honza had I been able to meet him in person.

The Play's the Thing: Disabilities and the Arts

For a group of kids, including those who have autism and other disabilities, a unique theater program is setting the stage for acceptance, understanding, and friendship.