A TYA (theater for young audiences) play, based on the book
My Broken Doll: A Memoir of Survival of the Vichy Regime by Beatrice Karp as told to Deborah Pappenheimer
Adapted for the stage by Ernie Nolan
Co-produced by the Institute for Holocaust Education and The Circle Theatre
The professional, 3-actor cast is available to perform for your school or group!
Schools in Omaha and within 30 miles: $300 (includes Blair, Gretna, Papillion, LaVista, Ralston, Bellevue, Yutan, Elkhorn, Waterloo, Valley, Bennington, and in Iowa – Council Bluffs and Lewis Central)
Schools in the 30 – 50 mile range from Omaha: $550 (includes Lincoln, Ashland, Arlington, Waverly, Wahoo, and Fremont)
Schools beyond the 50 mile range: $1,000
Grant funds for 2019-20 are currently available, on a first-come-first-served basis (covering up to 45% of the performance cost).
Additional financial assistance may be available upon request.
All performances must be booked at least 7 weeks in advance of the performance date.