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Art, soul and song; because life depends on it.

 

A darkly comedic new musical about a group of homosexual prisoners interred in a WWII Nazi concentration camp in 1943. Crammed into isolated barracks suffering through hard labour and torture behind anything imaginable, these men find strength through art by secretly produced a cabaret. Through the characters they create, they use wit, talent and art as a way to survive, hold on to their identity, and maintain a sense of humanity. Based on historic truths and inspired by actual events and people.

 

Estimated run time: 2.5 hours (including an intermission).
Recommended for ages 12 & up.
Please note: Babes in arms or children under the age of four (4) are not permitted in the theatre;
no admittance without a ticket.



Pay What You Can

Neptune Theatre is pleased to offer a "pay what you can" performance for each of its productions (usually the first Tuesday of each production; please see here for exact dates).

Pay What You Can performances are not available for purchase online and there are no advanced ticket sales available. (Performances are listed online as a reminder of the PWYC performance dates.)

Doors open to the Theatre 30 minutes before the start of the performance and seating is on a 'first-come, first-served' basis, so you are advised to arrive early to get the best seating possible. Suggested PWYC donation $5.00. Cash only. Many of our 'PWYC' performances are very popular and the line-ups start early, so please make sure to plan ahead!