SPECIAL Show Times
Johanna Stern will become one of the most influential thinkers of the 20th century. But at the moment, no one has heard of her, or even of the name she writes under, Hannah Arendt. She is merely a graduate student with one book under her belt. Karl Frick is a young officer, recently promoted from the criminal police force to the political police force, a new division in 1933 Berlin. His first interrogation in this new job promises to be his most challenging one. A fantastical drama about one of our deepest thinkers, inspired by real events.
Starring Giuliana Carr, Karl Kenzler and Brett Temple
Thursdays, 7:30pm | Fridays, 8pm | Saturdays, 8pm | Sundays, 3pm
Running Time: 90 minutes, without intermission
Upcoming Special Events
10/19 - Opening Night performance, post-show reception with cast and creative team (limited number of premium tickets available)
10/20 - Post-show conversation with Playwright Jenny Lyn Bader and Director Ari Laura Kreith
10/25 - Post-show conversation with Roger Berkowitz, Founder and Academic Director of Hannah Arendt Center for Politics and Humanities
10/27 at 2pm - Pre-show discussion of Ken Krimstein’s graphic novel The Three Escapes of Hannah Arendt: A Tyranny of Truth
**Both preview performances (10/17 and 10/18) will also be followed by a post-show conversation with a member of the creative team.