The Art House presents
15 Aug - 16 Aug 2019 Showing at The Art House Studio
Based on the book by Jackie French, the multi award-winning production told through the eyes of four Australian children returns to the stage due to popular
One rainy morning, Mark, Ben, Anna and Tracey take turns telling stories as they wait for the school bus to arrive. When Anna begins to tell the story about Heidi, a young girl whose father was one of the most dreaded men in history, Mark becomes engrossed and starts questioning the nature of society’s fears and prejudices.
Switching between 1940s Nazi Germany and contemporary Australia this poignant, powerful and thought-provoking adaptation will resonate with you for years to come.
Based on the book by Jackie French
"…it was perhaps the most extraordinary moment of my life. To go into that theatre, to see the book I had written, to see the words I had written, the characters I had created so entirely transmogrified into something richer and different… to my utter surprise I found myself sitting there with the rest of the audience with the tears running down my face….” Jackie French – Author of Hitler’s Daughter