Hiding in the Open

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An adaptation of Sabina Zimering's memoir, Hiding in the Open tells the true story of two Jewish sisters from Poland who assume false Catholic identities and work in a Nazi hotel during World War II. Living in constant fear of having their identities revealed, the sisters bravely face danger and the challenges of growing up while keeping their heritage a secret. This story of survival and teenage courage examines the bonds of family and human kindness in the face of great atrocities.
Format: Drama
Cast Size: 3–7M/5–7F
Running time: 107–115 minutes

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See author’s website: www.kiraobolensky.com

Original or Prominent Production: Premiered at History Theatre, St. Paul, Minnesota, 2004.
Original Source Material: Sabina Zimering’s memoir Hiding in the Open.
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Original Language: English
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