The Bloomsbury Theatre was built to support student activity at University College London and hosts professional and student productions.
A video recording of The Smoke of Home, performed at Bloomsbury Theatre.
Professor Michael Berkowitz was on the advisory board of Performing the Jewish Archive and participated in several project events.
The Smoke of Home was performed at Bloomsbury Theatre in London in February 2015.
Theatre from the Theresienstadt Ghetto: Newly Discovered Works featured performances of several cabaret works and The Smoke of Home.
Two performances (8pm and 9.30pm) of The Smoke of Home took place each night in Clifford's Tower.
Clifford's Tower is a historic site administered by English Heritage. A pogrom took place in the tower in 1190.
Dorothy Elias translated the play The Smoke of Home. She is the daughter of co-author Zdeněk Eliáš.
An English-language translation by Dorothy Elias of a Czech-language play written in the Terezín/Theresienstadt Ghetto.
The typewritten manuscript of an original Czech-language play written in the Terezín/Theresienstadt Ghetto.
Joe Lichtenstein has directed The Smoke of Home for the Bloomsbury Theatre in London and Clifford's Tower in York.
Jiří Stein was one of two co-authors who wrote the play The Smoke of Home in the Terezín/Theresienstadt Ghetto.