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BROKEN GLASS

By Arthur Miller

Directed by Aaron Posner

June 14 — July 9, Extended through July 16!

A riveting psychological drama from one of America’s master playwrights, Arthur Miller. Sylvia Gellburg has suddenly, mysteriously, become paralyzed from the waist down, and her husband, a self-denying Jew, can’t figure out why. Set in Brooklyn throughout the rampage of Kristallnacht in 1938, this rare and gripping drama demands we confront our fears, our assumptions, and our anguish. Miller balances private and public morality in this astonishing and electrifying play about being American, being married, and coming to terms with one’s own identity.

“Miller gives a riveting portrait of 1930s America… debilitatingly eccentric.” – The Guardian

Running time: 2 hours 30 minutes, with intermission



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This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts, by the D.C. Commission on the Arts & Humanities, an agency supported in part by the National Endowment for the Art, by the Fisher Family Visiting Artist Program, and by the Arthur Tracy “The Street Singer” Endowment Fund which honors the legacy of renowned singer and entertainer Arthur Tracy.

To find out more about how National Endowment for the Arts grants impact individuals and communities, visit www.arts.gov.



in association with



Leading Angels

Ginny and Irwin Edlavitch
Melanie and Larry Nussdorf
Patti and Jerry Sowalsky

Producing Angels
Natalie R. Abrams

Supporting Angels
Joyce and Fred Bonnett
Mara Bralove and Ari Fisher
Sara Cormeny and Peter Miller
Myrna Fawcett
Kenneth and Amy Eisen Krupsky
Howard Menaker and Patrick Gossett
Sherry and Louis Nevins
Craig Pascal and Victor Shargai


BROKEN GLASS    JUNE 14 - JULY 9
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For this Production, film footage courtesy of:
Steven Spielberg Film and Video Archive, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Benjamin Gasul Collection, US Holocaust Memorial Museum, gift of the Gasul Family
Ralph H. Major home movie collection, US Holocaust Memorial Museum, gift of Ann Major
Capt. Beatrice B. Wachter Collection, US Holocaust Memorial Museum, gift of Jack Stein
Cohen-Paraira Family Collection, US Holocaust Memorial Museum, gift of Elisheva Cohen-Paraira
Vogel Collection, US Holocaust Memorial Museum, gift of James Vogel
Hamerman Family Collection, US Holocaust Memorial Museum, gift of Nanette Jordan and Michelle Shelfer
Samuel Jacoby Collection, US Holocaust Memorial Museum, gift of Mark and Susanne Jacoby
William Braden Collection, US Holocaust Memorial Museum, gift of Naomi Buck
Schur Family Collection, US Holocaust Memorial Museum, gift of Peter Schur
Baker Family Collection, US Holocaust Memorial Museum, gift of Stan Baker
Robert Gessner Film Collection, US Holocaust Memorial Museum, gift of Peter Gessner
Lederer and Bruck Families Collection, US Holocaust Memorial Museum, gift of Gabrielle Rosberger
David Kurtz Collection, US Holocaust Memorial Museum, gift of Glenn Kurtz
Hans Frank private motion pictures, US Holocaust Memorial Museum, gift of Niklas Frank
Library of Congress [for Julien Bryan Nazi Germany and propaganda filming of Warsaw ghetto]
Filmoteka Narodowa [for RG-60.1432 and RG-60.3839]