Did Hitler’s daughter really exist?
This award-winning show tells the story of Hitler’s daughter through the eyes of four Australian children Mark, Ben, Anna and Tracey. As the friends wait for the school bus in country Australia one rainy morning, Anna begins to tell the tale of Heidi, daughter of the most hated man in history. As Mark becomes engrossed in Anna’s story, the play switches between 1940’s Nazi Germany and contemporary Australia.
Hitler’s Daughter poses powerful questions and examines moral issues in relation to society’s fears and prejudices. The audience is left with the lingering question, as Mark is: Did Hitler really have a daughter? Was she real? Today, in an age of fake news and fact manipulation, extreme ideologies and rising nationalism, there has never been a more important and relevant time to present this work. Hitler’s Daughter demands its young audiences to question the reality of truth, and notions of personal responsibility and prejudice.
Education resources available Based on the book by Jackie French Adapted for the stage by Eva Di Cesare, Sandra Eldridge and Tim McGarry Directed by Sandra Eldridge Cast includes Markus Weber
Tickets from $36.00Concession prices available.A $3.30 mailing fee applies per transaction.
Tue 17 Sep, 12:30pm & 6:30pmWed 18 Sep, 10:00am
X Block, Gardens Point Precinct2 George Street(next to City Botanic Gardens)
60 minutes(no interval)
School Bookings $25 per student plus one free teacher ticket per 10 students.Make a group booking enquiry or phone QTIX Groups on 3840 7466.
If you require assistance due to mobility issues please notify us at the time of booking or call (07) 3138 4455 during opening hours.