Poland, Autumn 1942. Entire communities were guided by their rabbis to come to the local train station and board cattle trains which the rabbis said would take them to Auschwitz, a work camp ready with a local synagogue. The Tiktinski family, like others, entered into a fierce debate: to believe the rabbi? To board the train? The persistent rumors leaked the truth -- a horrible death ahead. The members of the family, all real people, the family of the playwright, found themselves in the turbulence of bad choices and disappearing hope. The play presents this conflict of opinions, this emotional fateful discussion that takes place before congregating at the train station, while waiting for the train, and finally, as the deadly gas chambers loom ahead. Six million Jews and countless Gentiles went through this horror. We ought to submit ourselves as witnesses to the cry of the abandoned to ensure it never happens again. "Never Again", requires attention to the Holocaust that was. This is the contribution of this play: "Rabbi's Orders"