The Star on My Heart is the true story of Holocaust survivor Inge Auerbacher. At age seven, Inge was sent to the Theresienstadt (Terezin) concentration camp and endured three years there. Upon liberation at age ten, Inge relocated to New York City, where she was on complete bedrest in Grasslands Hospitals, with a difficult case of tuberculosis as a result of the camp. At age fifteen, Inge finally completed her first full year of school and graduated within two years with honors. She worked as a chemist for 38 years and now is the published author of six books and tours the world speaking about diversity and tolerance.
Angela Miloro-Hansen is honored to be able to continue sharing Inge Auerbacher's story with so many. The recipient of multiple awards at community, state, and regional levels, Angela's previous directing credits include The Diary of Anne Frank; I Never Saw Another Butterfly; The Westing Game; The Crucible; The Three Musketeers; Pride and Prejudice; To Kill a Mockingbird; and Around the World in 80 Days. By day, Angela works as the Education Outreach Coordinator and as a drama instructor at the Geauga Lyric Theater Guild in Chardon, Ohio. Facebook: "Angela Miloro-Hansen Productions" and "The Star on My Heart." Anyone interested in producing The Star on My Heart (both 60 minute and full length versions available) should contact firstname.lastname@example.org