What's On - Our Next Performance
If you missed our recent performances at the Barnstaple Theatre Fringe, Dorchester Arts Centre, The Lighthouse Poole and at Millfield School, perhaps you can catch our next performances in Solihull School or the Rondo Theatre in Bath.
We are honoured that Eva Schloss MBE will join us for a Q&A session
following the performance at Solihull School.
Please see below for details.
And Then They Came For Me is being performed at Solihull School as part of their lecture series examining ‘Prejudice and Discrimination in the Digital Age: What Can Schools Do?’
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We are pleased to be performing at Solihull School on 23 September 2019 at 7pm.
Rondo Theatre, Bath
The play is currently available for productions in schools (Year 6 and up),
for public groups and organisations or theatres near you
from May 2019 and on, and taking bookings for 2020.
Please contact us for dates, prices and availability.
And Then They Came for Me is a unique experience… a multimedia play that combines videotaped interviews with Holocaust survivors Eva Schloss and Ed Silverberg, with live actors recreating scenes from their lives as teenagers during World War Two. Ed was Anne Frank’s first boyfriend. Eva was the same age as Anne and lived across from her in Amsterdam until Anne and her family went into hiding. Eva and her family were arrested by the Nazis and sent to concentration camps. More than 1.25 million people were killed in Auschwitz-Birkenau where Eva and her family were sent.
Part oral history, part dramatic action, part remembrance, this play brings to life what happened after The Diary of Anne Frank ends. The ensemble-driven play breaks new ground and has been acclaimed by audiences and critics in world-wide productions.
‘After the war, people said it would never happen again, and people didn’t want to talk about it—it was something that happened, let’s forget about it, now we live in a different life. What’s happening now in Bosnia and what’s happening in many other places… we’re still doing the same thing and again the world just looks on.’
-- Eva Schloss
Eva Schloss met some former students of June Trask while speaking in California last year and then contacted June to tour the play in the South West of England. Eva’s request, along with the rise of the ‘alt-right’ in many countries including the US, Germany, France and the UK, and the atrocities that are currently going on in our world today convinced June to re-stage this play. We must not look on.
Photographs from the production can be seen below.