This gripping production transports audiences to a cramped cell at the Theresienstadt (Terezin) concentration camp on June 23, 1944, inhabited by six children on the day of an inspection by the International Red Cross. This epic story unfolds through riveting performances by a stellar cast and innovative staging, promising an unforgettable theatrical experience.
While the play suggests the grim reality of what lies ahead for the children of the camp, Terezin also paints a portrait of the undaunted ability to hope residing in a child’s heart. Set against a backdrop of the Holocaust, the play communicates a universal and unfortunately relevant message about the consequences of hate and discrimination, the imperative for greater social responsibility, and the empowering impact of every individual voice in standing up to hatred.
0hr 50min (0 intermissions)
First Preview: February 17, 2024
Opening Night: February 17, 2024
Final Performance: February 18, 2024