Mona Golabek lived her mother’s dream and became an accomplished concert pianist, but for more than a decade she has been keeping that dream alive another way, too: by telling her mother’s story. “The Pianist of Willesden Lane,” at the Paramount Center, is a one-woman show in which Golabek recounts how her mother, a promising young pianist, escaped the Third Reich for England. The show also describes what happened next, in wartime Britain.
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