is a one-act children’s opera by Krása and Hoffmeister that was performed in the Theresienstadt concentration camp in occupied Czechoslovakia.
This incredible act of artistic defiance concerns two young siblings who go into town to buy milk for their sick mother. However, the evil organ-grinder, Brundibár, blocks their every move. But with the help of their animal and human friends, they all work together to win the day, learning the power and importance of community. This beautiful allegory is accessible to audiences of all ages.
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