The first public performance was held on December 5, 2017 at Mejiro University in Tokyo.
Flyer Photo 学校公演（第17回）
Feedback from a student
First as all, I was impressed by the performance. Hannah’s beautiful voice and Cello’s
sound were mixed perfectly. It was touching because Hannah expressed rich emotion by
reading her script.
The second one will be held on March 25, 2018 at Sunny Plumeria English language school in Tokyo. Flyer
Message from Ms. Brenda Berkman for Ground Zero's script 日本語訳
October 18, 2013
The events of September 11, 2001 are both universal and unique. People from all over the world remember where they were and what they were doing when they heard the news of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York City. For months afterward, television and newspapers were filled with stories of the people who died and the people who survived.
Mr. Kato has taken my brief first hand account of my 9-11 experience as a New York City fire officer who was at the World Trade Center trying to save lives that day and has dramatized it for the Japanese people. His play is universal - the experiences of first responders in New York on 9-11 have many of the same themes as experiences of people who have been at other terrorist attacks or natural disasters including 3-11-11 in Japan. But the play is also unique because it uses my voice, the voice of a woman first responder to tell the story.
Many people do not even know that there were women first responders on 9-11. I hope that people who read and see the play will remember and honor the many acts of heroism and sacrifice made by women and men from all over the world in response to September 11.
Never Forget from BrendaBerkmanArtworks