In her current work, Sonya Schönberger is meeting eyewitnesses from the time of World War II and conducts personal interviews with them, exploring the cultural memory of the German society. She follows these witnesses and memory-keepers into the everyday life of the Third Reich.
Michael Chenevert is a Detroit native who has been a Flux Factory member for two and a half years and a working actor for ten. He has performed at such prestigious New York theatres as the Henry Street Settlement Playhouse, Naked Angels, and The New Federal Theater. For the past four years, he has worked and studied with the Barrow Group. Since living at Flux, Michael has appeared in the internationally award-winning film Jam Session, written and directed by former Flux member Marina Simoes, and is presently working on the docu-drama Real Time, which is being shot in Williamsburg in association with the company Blue Collar Films. In addition to film and theatre, you may have seen Michael in one of many TV commercials, or making viewers laugh and cry and then think in soap operas such as One Life To Live and Guiding Light. He is presently working on an autobiographical one-man show about his relationship with his father.