Hiding in the Open


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



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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