Hitler's Daughter 2013
Heidi, the Disfigured Daughter of One of the Most Feared Men in History.
Did Hitler's daughter really exist? Find out in this evocative and gripping play about four Australian school children as they sort through the questions of morality, delve into monumental events in history and examine their own perceptions of good versus evil. A simple game of storytelling leads to a compelling story about Heidi, the disfigured daughter of one of the most feared men in history. Experience this spellbinding journey as one student begins to question his own history and search for answers to right and wrong. As the play progresses, the children consider ways to overcome the wrongs of the past and create a new way for the future. Monkey Baa’s riveting production, Hitler's Daughter, makes a positive contribution to Holocaust education and racial intolerance. Adapted from Jackie French's award winning book, Hitler's Daughter addresses issues that are deep and universal.
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Runs approximately 60 minutes without intermission.
BABIES - All ages must have a ticket to enter.
CHILDREN - Recommended for ages 5 and older.
Post-Performance Talk: Discussion with cast members will begin immediately after this performance concludes.
An ASL Interpreted performance of this event has been confirmed for Saturday, April 27 at 7:30 pm. Select seats labeled "I" to purchase seats with a view of the interpreter. For more information, contact CenterTix at 263-ARTS (voice) or 263-2717 (TTY).
This event is part of Alaska Junior Theater's 2012-2013 season. Subscribe here or call CenterTix at 907-263-2787.
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts
621 6th Avenue - Anchorage
Seats designated for use by persons with a mobility disability are located on all levels of the theatre. When needed, these seats can be removed to accommodate a wheelchair. Select seats labeled "W" to purchase these seats.
Courtesy wheelchairs may be borrowed while on site courtesy of the Carolyn Ramey Memorial Fund for access to the seats.
Assistive Listening Devices - An infrared (IR Sennheiser) system is available for use in all three theatres. Headsets are available at the House Manager's podium in the lobby prior to and during performances. There is no charge for this service, however a deposit or ID is required.
An ASL Interpreted performance of this event has been confirmed for Saturday, April 27 at 7:30 pm. Select seats labeled "I" to purchase these seats. For more information, contact CenterTix at 263-ARTS (voice) or 263-2717 (TTY).
Braille or Large Print programs are available if requested at least three (3) weeks prior to the event.
TTY or Text Telephone is available to assist with patrons who are deaf; call the Center's TTY line at 907-263-2903.