Thoughts of Freedom: Hans and Sophie Scholl and the White Rose

Munich, Germany, 1943. Two siblings who came of age in the Third Reich walk a well-known path toward an uncertain future, carrying hidden words of resistance and hope. Buoyed by faith, stories, and songs, they are confident that, in the midst of the darkest of times, their thoughts can still be free.

This age-differentiated performance is followed with a time of discussion and is appropriate for grade five through adult audiences. The program is offered live in-person or online, with a hybrid pre-recorded alternative available as well. To find out more or to book, email Sarah Brady at performanceandpen@gmail.com or via the contact portion of this site.

What people are saying about Thoughts of Freedom: Hans and Sophie Scholl’s White Rose:

“Unique and exemplary work.”
Elizabeth Ellis, Author and Storyteller

“Relevant and inspirational… Keeps Hans and Sophie’s spirit alive.”
Carol Kaufman-Kerman, Docent and Storyteller

“Beautifully told.”
Donna Washington, Author and Storyteller

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