There are some stories that MUST be told.
On Sunday, April 6th, at both 3 pm and 7 pm, the PIONEERS Performing Arts Class is privileged to be performing its rendition of the Broadway play Irena’s Vow by Dan Gordon. Irena’s Vow is based on the true story of Irene Gut Opdyke, a nursing student in Nazi Poland who saved the lives of twelve Jews by hiding them in the house of her Nazi employer. Irena’s Vow is a story pulling it’s audience to the depths of human evil and the heights of human good, and the choice to make the best of a hopeless situation.
Performances will be held at the historic Michigan Theatre in downtown Jackson. Tickets will be available at the door and are FREE but a suggested donation of $5 would be welcome to help defray costs.