Genre: Drama, Festival
©Antoine Ribaut
by R.E. Vickers, directed by Melanie Moyer Williams

Hopes, fears and courage. Join Hans and Sophie Scholl inside WWII Germany as they turn from forced service in Hitler Youth to organizing student resistance against Nazi atrocities--challenging the silent majority. Is their choice worth the price?

"Extraordinarily moving . . . The Scholl's story, especially when told in their own words, has great power." ~Brooke Allen, The New Criterion

"Very Relevant Today." "Compelling." "A Must-See." "Great Performance."

Presented by Red Fern Theatre Company
Directed by Melanie Moyer Williams
Featuring Dana Berger, Walker Hare, Nathan Johnson, and Annie Keating

Lighting Design: Zach Shephard
Stage Management: Laura Lucian
Assistant to Director: Lara Berns
Assistant to Producer: Andrea Wong

Cast: Dana Berger, Annie Keating

Open:   08/19/08
Close:   08/24/08

Tuesday, Aug. 19 - 7:00 PM
Thursday, Aug. 21 - 4:30 PM
Friday, Aug. 22 - 7:00 PM
Saturday, Aug. 23 - 9:00 PM
Sunday, Aug. 24 - 12 Noon
Theater:   Theatre 80
Address:   80 St. Marks Place
New York, NY
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Cost:$15.00, $10.00 Students and Seniors
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Company: New York Int'l Fringe Festival         Official Web Site:
Walker Hare was most recently seen in recently in Thieves' Carnival (Director: Moni Yakim) and Two Gentlemen of Verona, both at Circle in the Square Theatre School. Other theatre credits include: Off-Broadway : All Dolled Up (Prod: Colin Quinn/ Acorn Theatre), My Mother Told Me I Was Different (Abingdon Theatre). Waiting for Lefty and Twelfth Night, among others. He recently completed five short films and a commercial, most of which are in post-production and he has done several voiceovers for Bank Street Radio Productions. Training: Circle in the Square's-Professional Program and Upright Citizens Brigade. He would like to thank his family for being so supportive, Bonnie, Amy and the entire cast for a wonderful experience. He would like to dedicate this performance to his sister who has followed her dreams into Ethiopia and the Peace Corps.