Ethel Sings: An Imaginative Take on the Rosenberg Case
This wild theatrical ride brings Ethel Rosenberg's love of music to life, while a contemporary Joan of Arc plays her alter-ego. In 1951, Ethel and her engineer husband, Julius, were found guilty of espionage. Although evidence has shown that Ethel had little to do with passing atomic secrets to the Soviets, she was executed with him two years later. Written by a distant cousin, Ethel Sings: Espionage in High C is a fact-based story that takes liberties with both time and space, whether the title character is singing opera, practicing yoga or dancing to jive, ska or club music.
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