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"A compelling story, beautifully told by Skala who plays about a dozen characters, each transformed into a person with the shifting and retying of a shawl, body language and voice. The script is taut, tasteful and brilliantly constructed. The show opens with a plaintive violin, played by Steve May, and Irena singing a prayer. Simply gorgeous. Irena Sendler is a fabulous, inspiring slice of history told and performed to deliver a simple message: One person can change the world."
          - THE LONDON FREE PRESS
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"A mournful violin sets the scene for a young Jewish boy’s song. He’s the first of ten people played by the talented Libby Skala, in this moving tale of a woman we’ve never heard of – Irena Sendler, a Polish woman who saved 2,500 Jewish children during the Second World War. As one of the two Kansas high school students in the piece asks, “How come we’ve never heard of this woman?” Skala conjures up these two, and eight more – Irena’s children and neighbours, the teenagers and their teacher – with a single scarf for a prop, along with accents and postures, bringing these honest, brave, real people to us. It’s a powerful story told in a compelling way."
          - THEATREINLONDON.CA
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"The moving one-woman show was performed by Libby Skala who brought to dramatic life the true story of Irena Sendler."
         - THE APOPKA VOICE
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"​It was a remarkable show, enjoyed by all. The staff was thoroughly impressed by your performance and received complements for the remainder of the day. I hope you enjoyed it as much as everyone else. There was a member of the audience who is the daughter of a Survivor, she was very appreciative of the show and thought you were wonderful! I look forward to the opportunity to work with you to present it again."
          - Terrance Hunter, Program Coordinator
            HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL RESOURCE & EDUCATION CENTER OF FLORIDA
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Irena Sendler:  Rescuing the Rescuer