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Moses Man

Book and Lyrics by Deborah Haber
Music by Casey Filiaci

Moses Man


A New Musical currently on a trajectory for national exposure

Moses Man
 A New Musical powerfully portrays the indomitable spirit of survival as it recounts the incredible true saga of a Holocaust survivor, who fled Vienna, Austria during Hitler’s annexation. In this emotion-packed musical epic, the audience joins “Avi” through his perilous nine-year journey throughout Europe, Cyprus, Palestine, and Africa before finally finding freedom and home in America.

Moses Man Background and Inspirations

Moses Man
is the true saga of Kalman and Lily Haber who navigated through tremendous obstacles and found hope, home, and freedom during one of history’s darkest times. Moses Man is the story of Deborah Haber’s parents’ journey. Her journey with this work of theatre started percolating a long time ago, but all the elements finally came together four years ago when she and composer Casey Filiaci joined forces. As they began working on Moses Man, they soon began to believe that they were engaged in a significant project. Moses Man is based on the historically important, but often under-represented implications of the displacement of those facing persecution during the Holocaust. Moses Man also reflects the contemporary dilemmas faced by each of us and the communities of which we are (and are not) a part. Moses Man is an important new American musical and it is also part of a larger project aimed to instigate consideration, conversation and education.

Moses Man Production History

2013 - JCC CenterStage, - Rochester, NY

2014 - Indiana Repertory Theatre – Indianapolis, Indiana
Indiana University – Bloomington, Indiana

Workshop Productions

2014 - Premiere Musicals – Indiana University Summer Arts Festival
Bloomington, Indiana

2015 - Geva Theatre Center, Rochester, NY


2015 - Invited Show – New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF)
New York, NY

Academic Appointment

The Gerald and Dorit Paul Artist-in-Residence,
Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program at Indiana University

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