By David Meyers | Directed by Scott Nolte

Twenty-one-year-old Sophie Scholl is a college student, anti-Nazi activist and, along with her brother, a member of The White Rose resistance. Charged with treason and held in a German prison, Sophie is forced to play a psychological game of cat and mouse as she fights for her life and soul with a Nazi interrogator. This emotionally charged story testifies to the courage required to live out your values.

LENGTH: 90 minutes with no intermission
AGE REC: 15+, for scenes of intense interrogation
PRICE: $27-50, dependent on day and time; fees may apply

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Scott Nolte – Director

Sponsored in part by The Sheri and Les Biller Family Foundation, Associate Artistic Sponsor

The true story of an ordinary young woman during extraordinary times. | Mar 20 – Apr 27, 2019
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