The Free Zone

Following the German occupation of France, a Jewish family escapes from Paris, change names, flee to the South of France, and are given a single room to live in by a Christian farmer. The trials and tribulations of the family, including the worry over the birth of a child and the constant fear of discovery, ultimately end with France’s liberation.
Format: Drama
Cast Size:8M/4F

Snapshot

Original or Prominent Production:
Ubu Repertory Theater, New York (First English language production)
Nationality of Author: French
Original Language: French
Publisher:

UBU Repertory Theater Publications, see TCG

Experience(s) Chronicled: Liberation | Hiding

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