Lawyer and First Amendment absolutist Abigail Gersten confers with Holocaust survivor Nathan Gomrowitz, after he learns she’s to defend a Holocaust denier in court. The moral and ethical conflict that ensues concerns issues of history, memory, free speech, and how the stories we tell about ourselves determine who we are. The legal drama, written by Peter Sagal, unfolded in Hall Auditorium during Oberlin’s winter term. Professor of Theater Paul Moser directed a cast of six student and professional actors.
Photograph by John Seyfried
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35 miles west of Cleveland
Nearest Airport: CLE
9% in-state, 84% out-of-state,
7% from abroad
and 40+ theater & dance
productions every year
Oberlin graduates go on to earn
than alumni of other undergraduate colleges
Steinway grand pianos,
1,500 instruments of highest quality
in grants awarded to
students each year