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2018 WBLAHS Spring Play information

The 2018 White Bear Lake Area High School Spring Play will be performed in May.

"Antigone in Munich" 
by Claudia Haas
May 18 and 19 at 7 p.m. 
May 20 at 2 p.m.*
White Bear Lake Area High School - North Campus Theater 
5045 Division Ave., White Bear Lake

* An ASL interpreter will be available at the May 20 performance.

Tickets are $7 for Students/Seniors and $10 for Adults.
Tickets may be purchased one hour before show time in the auditorium lobby (cash or check only)

Find a play poster here.

Additional information about the play:
"Antigone in Munich" chronicles the work of World War II German resistance fighter Sophie Scholl-her coming of age and development from bystander to witness to activist within the White Rose Society. The White Rose Society created anti-war leaflets that were distributed in Munich and throughout Europe, and many of the core members of the group were executed.

 

The play was written by White Bear Lake playwright Claudia Haas. Haas has been writing plays, primarily for teens, for more than 20 years, and her plays have had more than 700 productions in every state in the United States as well as abroad. Director Kari Steinbach has produced other Haas works over the years and has often had her visit her university-level Children's Theatre classes as a guest speaker. Haas also spent time during the rehearsal process with the "Antigone in Munich" cast, talking about her research for the play and answering their questions about the real-life characters they are playing. The play's title refers to the Greek play "Antigone" by Sophocles, which tells the story of Antigone, who defies the law to do what she feels is right. While writing, Haas saw strong parallels between Antigone and Sophie-both young women ask, "What do you do when the laws of man contradict the laws of God?"



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