ROSE is the story of a survivor of the Warsaw Ghetto and thrice-married symbol of the Jewish diaspora in America. Inspired by the real story of his maternal Grandmother, playwright Martin Sherman crafted an unforgettable portrait of an octogenarian looking back on her amazing life. Born in a Ukrainian village, Rose survives a Nazi death camp and eventually emigrates to America, moving from Atlantic City to San Francisco to the Arizona desert and finally to Miami Beach. Olivia Dukakis, the Oscar-winning star of Moonstruck, Steel Magnolias and "Tales of the City" captured the hearts of audiences during the Royal National Theatre's premiere of this one-woman play. LCT was pleased to bring this remarkable one woman show to Broadway.