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Photo by Sarah Grochala

Photo by Sarah Grochala

“Anyone would think that the walls of this city were only built to shoot people against and the balconies to hang them from.”  

Warsaw. April 1943. A city under occupation, divided by race and faith. From the window of their flat, three women watch the ghetto burning and make three different choices.

Anna is ready to sacrifice herself for her country. Agata hopes to quietly wait the war out. Danuta is determined to make the best she can out of a bad situation.

But war has a funny way of turning both the most selfish and most selfless of intentions on their heads.

A play about heroism.