Endorsments

MARK REED

Theatre Manager, Brentwood Theatre  UK

“Inspiring performance… as good as one might see in the West End….so impressive, I’d like to bring the story to a wider audience.”

RICHARD DAVIS

Pastor, The international Protestant Church of Zurich

”After all these years, Corrie ten Boom returns to Europe! We were privileged to host the European premiere of ”Corrie Remembers” by Susan Sandager and it was a night to remember for us. Because we’ve a church of over 50 nationalities the audience came from various faith backgrounds and cultures, including Dutch Christians and European Jews. They were so attentive that you could have heard a pew squeak. At a time when Europe is once more smoldering with racism and sectarian anxiety,in walks this dear Righteous Gentile to charm and challenge the whole lot of us. Corrie’s poignant message and soothing presence reminded us of Christ’s most basic mandate that we must love one another as God loved us. Hers is voice that must again be heard.””

Dr. Faydra Shapiro

Director, Center for Studies in Jewish relations Yezreel Valley CollegE–Afula Israel

“Fabulous evening ….. We had Jews and Christians from Afula, Jerusalem, Karmiel, Nazareth and lots of yishuvim around. There were students in their twenties, folks in their seventies, and everything in between. There were (at least!) Catholics, various kinds of Evangelicals, Brethren, secular Jews and Orthodox Jews. There were Arabs, Jews, Americans and Europeans. And everyone was inspired, some for the first time, by the story of Corrie ten Boom. Tremendous. The Galilee Center for Studies in Jewish-Christian Relations at Yezreel Valley College hit a home run.

JAN WILLEM VAN DER HOEVEN

DIRECTor, International Christian zionist Center

“I want to compliment you for the spirit in which you portrayed the person and message of our ”Auntie Corrie” whom I knew well. ……I am at your side dear Susie.”

JIM REVELLE

pASTOR, pATHWAY cHURCH–sHOREWOOD, il

“Thank you for bringing to life an important part of Christian history.
It was as if we were transported back in time to sit at the feet of Corrie Ten Boom.
This presentation is more than history for it motivates believers toward persevering
in life’s most challenging situations…(it) emphasizes the importance of God’s value
on the Jewish people. The mixture of well-presented drama interspersed with well-timed video clips and concluding comments, blended together to create an unforgettable evening For all age groups. I would recommend this presentation in the highest regard. Thanks for a quality performance.

LINDA MOTZKIN & JONATHAN RUBENSTEIN

rABBIS, tEMPLE SINAI–SARATOGA SPRINGS, ny

I was deeply impressed with the power and truth and realism of your performance as the ‘righteous gentile’ Corrie ten Boom. I would urge everyone who is interested in the Holocaust, Israel or the Jewish people, or in the courage of unique and extraordinary individuals to see your mini-play.

MORTON A. KLEIN

NATIONAL PRESIDENT, ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA–NY, NY

An awesome presentation, making Corrie ten Boom’s passion and love for God and His people so vivid. Truly an inspiration.

DAMIAN SCOTT

wORSHIP PASTOR, ST. THOMAS’ CHURCH OF ENGLAND–KENDALL, uk

Susie Sandager’s presentation of “Corrie Remembers” brought together over three hundred Jews, Protestants, Catholics and Unitarians from four churches and a synagogue for a deeply moving, uplifting experience. Her presentation not only shed light on a little-known story of faith and courage, but inspired those in attendance to further interfaith cooperation.