Civic’s No Way Out Explores Family’s Struggle in Nazi Germany
Based on a true story about a Jewish family's experience during World War II, No Way Out makes it's debut at the Civic's Carver Center Studio this month. Their story is one of struggle while trying to survive and finding ways to escape their oppressors. According to The Civic's website:
Geographically torn apart, the family’s only means of communicating with each other was through their letters. About 500 letters were later found and translated, chronicling the events taking place in Germany starting in the summer of 1938.
Truly a gut-wrenching story, but important, nonetheless. We must never forget the horrors and heartaches brought about during the Nazi's rule. Tickets are incredibly affordable at ten dollars a piece, and worth it for such an important story.
What you need to know:
When: Performances: February 16, 17, 23, 24 at 7:30pm, February 18th and 25th at 2:00pm
Cost: Tickets: $10
Where: Carver Center Studio
For more information about the show or to reserve tickets, call the box office at 343-1313, or click here to order online.