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In a tour-de-force solo performance, Academy Award nominee David Strathairn (Good Night, and Good Luck; Nomadland) portrays World War II hero and Holocaust witness Jan Karski, a messenger of truth who risked his life to carry his harrowing report from war-torn Poland to the Oval Office only to be disbelieved. Standing tall in the halls of power, Strathairn captures the remarkable life of the self-described “insignificant, little man” whose forgotten story of moral courage can still shake the conscience of the world.
This production was originally created by The Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics at Georgetown University.
All titles, artists, and dates subject to change.
During the pre-season runs of The Amen Corner and Remember This: The Lesson of Jan Karski, only performers and people invited onstage for talkbacks will be unmasked. We ask that attendees remain masked while within our venues, including during performances, unless they are eating and drinking in designated lobby areas. STC is committed to the safety and wellbeing of everyone in our spaces, and we are monitoring the ongoing COVID pandemic and will make adjustments as needed. Thank you for your understanding. Please check our Health and Safety page for the most up-to-date information.
FILM credits include: Chloe Zhao’s Nomadland (Golden Lion at Venice Film Festival; Oscar and Golden Globe Awards for Best Picture); George Clooney’s Good Night, and Good Luck (Academy Award nomination for Best Actor); Stephen Spielberg’s Lincoln; John Sayles’ Matewan, Eight Men Out, and City of Hope; Doug Magee’s Beyond the Call. THEATRE credits include: American Conservatory Theater: Scorched by Wajdi Mouawad, Underneath the Lintel by Glenn Berger | THEATRE OF WAR productions.
Clark Young, a writer and teacher based in Brooklyn, co-created every iteration of Remember This from Warsaw and New York City to London and Washington, D.C. Clark graduated from Georgetown University, and received his Master's from the NYU Tisch School of the Arts, where he was recognized for academic excellence in the field of Performance Studies.
REGIONAL: Steppenwolf, Lincoln Center, Arena Stage, Baltimore Center Stage, Folger, Round House, Everyman, Mosaic, Theater J, Synetic, the Kennedy Center, Ford’s Theater, McCarter, Segal Center, Olney Theater (Artistic Associate). ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS: Chair of Georgetown University’s Department of Performing Arts | Director of the Theater & Performance Studies Program | Co-Founding Director of the Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics. PERSONAL: Board of Directors of Theatre Communications Group; Vice-President of UNESCO’s International Theatre Institute; Founding Director of the Global Network of Higher Education in the Performing Arts. Derek holds a PhD in Performance Studies from Northwestern University and recently received the President’s Award for Distinguished Scholar-Teachers at Georgetown.