Just before the outbreak of the Second World War, Britain took in over 10,000 mostly Jewish refugee children from Europe in a rescue effort known as Kindertransport. Separated from their families and fostered in British homes, most of the children never saw their parents again. Based on real accounts with a distinctly female perspective, centering on the experience of one child, Eva, Kindertransport tells a powerful story of survival. This year marks the 80th anniversary of Kindertransport. Recommended for ages 12+.
A talk-back with participants who experiened Kindertransport first-hand will take place after the Sept. 16th performance.
All tickets sales are final. No refunds or exchanges. Online sales end 2 hours prior to curtain. Box office opens one hour prior to curtain. All Student and Youth tickets will be held at Will Call. For ADA seating contact the Arts Barn at 301-258-6394.