Tovah Feldshuh heads a cast of 10 in this new play by Dan Gordon, a life affirming story about one of the most courageous and unsung heroines of World War II. During the German occupation of Poland, Irena Gut Opdyke, a Polish catholic, was forced to work as head housekeeper for a very prominent German major. Over a two year period of service, Irena would risk her own life in order to save the lives of twelve Jewish refugees whom she secretly took under her care. Irenas Vow is the true story of one womans choice and the twelve lives that would ultimately be saved or lost by her decision. Directed by Michael Parva.
Regular schedule: Tues at 7pm / Wed - Sat at 8pm / Wed & Sat at 2pm / Sun at 3pm
Added performance: Mon, April 27 at 8pm
No performance: Sun, May 3 at 3pm