Credits and Sources for The Stories We Tell

Finding Eden

Choreographed by Emily Miser

1. what the hell 

Music: Hide and Seek by Imogen Heap

2. imagine

Music: Coney Island by Taylor Swift (feat. The National)

3. a moment

Music: Dance: I. First Movement by Oliver Davis; performed by Huw Watkins, Kerenza Peacock, Paul Bateman

4. valley of the shadows

Music: Drumming (Four Tet Remix) by Steve Reich; Song of Trouble by CARM (feat. Sufjan Stevens)

5. it'll be alright

Music: Where Do I Fit In by Chandler Moore, Judah Smith, Justin Bieber, Tori Kelly

6. there will be

Music: A Place Called Earth by Jon Foreman (feat. Lauren Daigle)

6. there will be

Music: by Jon Foreman (feat. Lauren Daigle)

Come to the Table

Choreographed by Nicole Dean

1. Full Cast

Music: Introit Benedicta Sit by Monks of the Abbey of Notre Dame

2. The Woman

Music: Introit by For King and Country

3. Rehab

Music: Near Light by Ólafur Arnalds

4. Esther

Music: Courage by Patrick O'Hearn

5. Mary Mother

Music: Silence of Siberia by Lowercase


6. Bleeding Woman

Music: Ascent by Red

7. Mary of Bethany and Martha

Music: Arrival of the Birds by Jason Swinscoe, The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra

8. The Widow

Music: Anything You Synthesize by The American Dollar

9. Mary Magdalene

Music: Then The Quiet Explosion by Hammock

10. The Woman

Music: Dream by John Cage and Bruce Brubaker

11. Full Cast

Crave by for King and Country

Jive Bomber

Choreographed by Brittany Gaither

“Monsters exist, but they are too few in number to be truly dangerous. More dangerous are the
common men, the functionaries ready to believe and to act without asking questions." – Primo Levi

Music: Dreigroschenoper: Zuhalterballade Arr. Fur Saxophon, Streichquartett und Klavier by Kurt Weill, Asya Fateyeva, Florian Donderer, Emma Yoon, Yuko Hara, Tanja Tetzlaff, Stephan Simonian

“Then they came for me-and there was no one left to speak for me.” – Martin Niemoller

Music: Dear Hearts and Gentle People by Bob Crosby and the Bob Cats

“We must open our eyes and see that modern civilization has become so complex and the lives of
civilized men so interwoven with the lives of other men in other countries as to make it impossible to

be in this world and out of it.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt

Audio: President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Fireside Chat Following the Declaration of War on Japan 

"For these men the war was over, for the boys in bloomers...”

Audio: Historic Film Stock Footage Archive - World War I Victory Parade 1918

Music: It's a Long Long Way to Tipperary by Bob Crosby & Orchestra

"She's watching and waiting the same as you..." - Unknown

“Waiting” by Unknown Author

La vie en rose by Edith Piaf

Graj skrzypku graj by Adam Aston

I’ll Be Seeing You by Billie Holiday

"Every day there were piles of bodies... by the barracks... from morning till night the smoke didn’t stop."  

- Tzila Liberman (Concentration Camp Survivor)

"It demanded the decision every morning... I had to choose whether to fight or give in.”
– Roman Frister (Concentration Camp Survivor)

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Music: Even When God is Silent by Master Chorale of Washington Chamber Singers

"You will honor them by staying alive, surviving this place and telling the world what happened here.” – Heather Morris ​

Audio: The Best Film Archives - German Invasion of Poland in 1939

Audio: Smithsonian Channel - The Moment France Surrendered to German Soldiers

Audio: Old is Best - WWII Radio News 1941

Audio: Old is Best - WWII Radio News 1942

Music: Auld Lang Syne (Arr. Riley) by Traditional Jess Gillam

Audio: "Ici Londres..."

"I want YOU for the U.S. Army." - Uncle Sam

Audio: AP Archive - FDR Signs Military Draft Act 1940

Music: Sam's Got Him by Johnny Mercer

"The power of the radio is not that it speaks to millions, but that it speaks intimately and privately to each one of those millions.” – Hallie Flanagan

Music: Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive by Bing Crosby, The Andrews Sisters, Vic Schoen & His Orchestra

(There’ll Be A) Hot Time in the Town of Berlin by Bing Crosby, The Andrews Sisters, Vic Schoen & His Orchestra

Vict’ry Polka by Bing Crosby, The Andrews Sisters, Vic Schoen & His Orchestra