On Eva Schloss’ 15th birthday, her family was arrested by the Nazis and sent to concentration camps. She lived in the same apartment building as Anne Frank. Both families went into hiding the same day and both were betrayed. Yet Eva and her mother survived, and after the war her mother went on to marry Anne’s father Otto Frank. This unique multimedia theatrical experience combines videotaped interviews from Holocaust survivors with live actors recreating scenes from their lives during World War II. This oral history breaks new ground and has been acclaimed by audiences and critics world-wide. WARNING: Contains some graphic images and moments that would be disturbing for younger children.
Performances at the Kentucky Center are Sunday, February 7 at 2pm and 7pm; Saturday, February 13 at 2pm and Saturday, February 20 at 7pm. Single tickets can be purchased through the Kentucky Center Box Office at 501 W. Main Street, by calling 502.584.7777 or online at www.kentuckycenter.org. For groups of 12 or more, call StageOne at 502.498.2447. See the whole season with a membership pass from StageOne! Passes start at $65!
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