This interview with Dr. Maruta Lietins - Ray tells the story of the exiled Latvian Theater in post-World War II Germany. It explores the role of a traveling theater company to sustain the spirit of displaced persons (DP's) living in refugee camps. A British Army ambulance, known as the "Dreadnought" is repurposed by the Latvian Theater Company in Meerbeck to bring live theater to refugee camps throughout the British Zone of Occupation. The Dreadnought's modular system for actor and scenery transport, designed by the Latvian scenographer Evalds Dajevskis, is described. Interview conducted by Peter Dajevskis of Interpretive Solutions, Inc., Philadelphia, PA.