Book presentation: I Sleep in Hitler's Room
"I Sleep in Hitler's Room" follows an American Jew who travels to Germany to have a good time but finds anti-Semitism instead. Written with a rare sense of very healthy humor, this book will make you cry, scream, laugh out loud and maybe even change your outlook on life.
Tuvia Tenenbom (born in Tel Aviv, Israel) is a theater director, playwright, author, journalist, essayist and the founding artistic director of the Jewish Theater of New York, the only English-speaking Jewish theater in New York City. Tenenbom was named "founder of a new form of Jewish theatre" by the French Le Monde and a "New Jew" by the Israeli Maariv. Tenenbom is also an academic, having university degrees in a variety of fields: mathematics, computer science, dramatic writing and literature.
Reading: Stefan von der Decken