“Playwright Arthur Feinsod has constructed a superbly written, highly researched and powerful play."

- Deb Meyer, J-Wire


"Every now and then a story comes along that is so unbelievable, so inconceivable, that we wonder how it is possible that we have not heard it before. This is one such story. "

- Maryanne Murray, What's My Scene

"Coming to See Aunt Sophie is a wonderfully dramatic, meaningful, involving and thought provoking play."

- George Walker, WFIU

"Compelling, important, and true."

- Audrey Heller, Artistic Director of Jewish Theatre of Bloomington

"Bound to become a classic in the years to come."




- Beth Tevlin, Executive Director of the Wabash Community Foundation

"Watching the play was a deeply moving experience for me... Sophie

is a worthy reflection of a great spirit.”

- E. Thomas Wood,

Co-author, Karski: How One Man Tried to Stop the Holocaust

“Gripping, inspiring, soul-searching... these are just a few words to describe Coming to See Aunt Sophie.

- Sister Paula Damiano, Sisters of Providence

"We have seen many plays and theatrical productions, but this one was simply the best and tops them all."

- Eva Kor,

Auschwitz survivor and founder of the CANDLES Holocaust Museum

"Perfectly splendid… Deeply humane, truly theatrical."

- David Bevington, Editor of Bantam COMPLETE WORKS OF SHAKESPEARE

 "A magnificent, moving, inspiring, and thought-provoking work... What an amazing piece."

- Kiel Majewski, Executive Director of CANDLES Holocaust Museum

"We came to watch Coming to See Aunt Sophie, but we left seeing into our own history, hearts, and character."

- Patrick Harkins, Professor Emeritus of English at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College

"At his grave I made Jan Karski a promise that I will do everything I can to ensure that he never be forgotten... Looking at this play I can say I kept my word."

 - Kaya Mirecka Ploss, Director of the Jan Karski Institute

"The play was awesome. Their performance, the actors were brilliant."

- Magda Brown, Auschwitz survivor and noted lecturer on the Holocaust

"Feinsod has captured so beautifully a complex story."

- Bozena Nowicka McLees,

Board Member of the Polish History Museum