Based on the Oscar nominated movie of the same name, this drama leads us through the last days of a group of German students who risk their lives fighting against Hitler in 1943. More…
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Sophie Scholl - The Final Days Based on the Oscar nominated movie of the same name, the play "Sophie Scholl - The Final Days" leads us through the last days of a group of German students who risk their lives fighting against Hitler in 1943, by printing and distributing leaflets against the nazi regime. From the distribution of their anti-regime flyers up to their trial four days later, we examine the courage and strength required to defend political and moral values. In this provocative play, we witness Sophie and her friends as they are confronted with the choice of saving their own lives or standing up for what they most believe in. World premiere of the English translation. What people are saying about this story "Very timely in today's political climate." "This story gets to the heart and inspired me to be more courageous in standing up for what's right." "It's a proclamation of the power of ideas, and a cautionary tale for our own moment in history."
See it if you'd like to see true heroism in the face of evil. Moving, fierce reminder to fight tyranny, to value freedom, to have integrity/honesty.
Don't see it if you require a perfect script. Short scenes (present/past) make story choppy. Barebones set. Stirring lines fr hist'l record. Sm (hot)theater
See it if Set during WWII, a story for our times. If you miss the tie in to our current climate, the last scene will catch you up. Such courage!
Don't see it if You you keep your head in the sand, do not like historical information, do not want to think.
See it if Heroic story of a group of strong-minded German students who just wanted to end WW II for their country.
Don't see it if Small, airless theatre may make you feel claustrophobic as it did for me. Young actors who ‘show’ us how to feel instead of feeling it
See it if you like to know how Sophie Scholl's group The White Rose fought Tyranny in Nazi Germany and how one has to fight for human rights today!
Don't see it if you are a Trump supporter or don't like serious subjects in shows. You would miss something very worthwhile, though!
See it if You like good plays with good acting that deal with important subjects; Ie) necessary resistance to Hitler (or Trump).
Don't see it if You expect fun and laughter. Or if you like Trump— for he is the Hitler of today.
See it if You want to learn about a little-known courageous group in Nazi Germany. You are interested in history.
Don't see it if You don't want t o see a very serious play. This is not light fare.
See it if you want insight into Christians who resisted Hitler's Nazis. Unfortunately, they were all executed.
Don't see it if The theater was too warm when I saw it (on a hot summer's day). Others have said not to see it if you like Trump. I saw no parallel to him
See it if freedom is important enough to keep you politically aware, you will relate strongly to this serious play. It is preaching to the choir.
Don't see it if you like Trump. The subject matter is so relevant as to be disturbing. This is not meant to be entertaining but an upsetting call to action.
See it if You’d like to know more about the story of this amazing young woman and her revolutionary group “The White Rose”, if you like intense acting
Don't see it if You only watch musicals, this is an deep story about freedom, trying to do what’s right in a world that seems twisted. Or if you like Trump.