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Young Actors for Young Audiences (YAYA)
A programme of the Leanor and Alvin Segal Theatre
and The Tauben Family Foundation
in
No More Raisins, No More Almonds: Children's Ghetto Songs
By Batia Bettman
Directed by Bryna Wasserman
Youth raising awareness of racism, anti-Semitism and the impact of war on children!

No More Raisins,
No More Almonds

is a play based on songs written during the Holocaust about children and teenagers in the ghettos of World War II Europe. Post performance talkbacks between students on stage and in the audiences about the implications for today.
About YAYA

YAYA, Young Actors for Young Audiences, is the youth wing of the renowned Dora Wasserman Yiddish Theatre. To foster intercultural understanding, YAYA presents plays inspired by youth’s search for meaning in today’s world.
2007 Tours
Virginia Tour
Nov. 19 and 20, 2007 - at the Sandler Center for the Performing Arts, Virginia Beach
Toronto: February 27 & 28
at the Leah Posluns Theatre
Gatineau/Ottawa: March 29 & 30
at The Canadian Museum of Civilization

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For Educators
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Photo Credits © Joel Silverstein and Diane Dupuis Kallos