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2/7 - 3/1

Hans & Sophie

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About the Production

A printing press, spray paint, and quick wit were all siblings Hans and Sophie Scholl needed to build the largest underground resistance movement in Nazi Germany. Drawing on inspiration from letters, diaries and coded correspondences in the book At The Heart of the White Rose, Hans & Sophie is an intimate two character portrait of resistance and conviction in the darkest of times, immersing audiences in the student’s metamorphosis from loyal Hitler Youth into one of the Nazi regime’s most feared oppositions.

 

Hans & Sophie, along with our broadcasts of #Anne Frank: Parallel Stories is part of a worldwide commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the end of WWII.

“Long live freedom.” -Hans Scholl

Tickets & Dates

Friday, February 7 - Sunday, March 1, 2020
(Thursday-Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 2pm)

$26
Early-bird price
(when purchased before 11:59 pm February 7th)

$34
General Admission
Friday – Sunday

$20
General Admission
Thursdays

In its world premiere at Amphibian Stage, Hans & Sophie compresses youthful heroism and tragedy into a riveting one-act about German siblings who defied Hitler...it's theater at its white-knuckled best.

Martha Heimberg, Theaterjones

Cast

Sean Hudock
Hans Scholl
Rebekah Brockman
Sophie Scholl

Creative

Sean Hudock
Playwright
Illana Stein
Playwright & Director
Deborah Yarchun
Lead Playwright
Jeff Stanfield
Technical Director & Scenic Designer
Brayden Gibson
Props Designer
Johna Sewell
Costume Designer
Kenneth Farnsworth
Lighting Designer
Driscoll Otto
Projection Designer
David Lanza
Sound Designer

Important Dates: 

Sunday, February 16th: The Jewish Federation of Fot Worth and Tarrant County will host a post show talk back with the actors/playwrights.

Monday, February 17th: Book club discussion with playwrights at Leaves Books and Tea

Saturday, February 22nd: Anniversary of execution of Hans & Sophie Scholl

Sunday, February 23rd: Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum will host a post show talk back facilitated by Dr. Charlotte Decoster, the Director of Education at the museum. Historic perspective : Holocaust/ About DHHRM/Upstander Behavior of not being silent.

Special Thanks: 

Shiny Box Pictures