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In conjunction with their special exhibition, "Stories of Survival: Object. Image. Memory," the Dallas Holocaust Museum presents "The Suitcase," a one-man production from musician Tim Lorsch. The son of Jewish immigrants who escaped the Holocaust, Lorsch tells his family’s story through spoken narrative and original music, which is performed live with looping technology on violin, octave violin, and cello. This unique performance reflects the vulnerability, hopes, dreams, and resilience of immigrant families.

In conjunction with their special exhibition, "Stories of Survival: Object. Image. Memory," the Dallas Holocaust Museum presents "The Suitcase," a one-man production from musician Tim Lorsch. The son of Jewish immigrants who escaped the Holocaust, Lorsch tells his family’s story through spoken narrative and original music, which is performed live with looping technology on violin, octave violin, and cello. This unique performance reflects the vulnerability, hopes, dreams, and resilience of immigrant families.

In conjunction with their special exhibition, "Stories of Survival: Object. Image. Memory," the Dallas Holocaust Museum presents "The Suitcase," a one-man production from musician Tim Lorsch. The son of Jewish immigrants who escaped the Holocaust, Lorsch tells his family’s story through spoken narrative and original music, which is performed live with looping technology on violin, octave violin, and cello. This unique performance reflects the vulnerability, hopes, dreams, and resilience of immigrant families.

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Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum
300 N. Houston St.
Dallas, TX 75202
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