May 9, 2019 @ 7:30PM — May 11, 2019 @ 8:00PM
Benefit production for the Lowell Visual & Performing Arts Department
5/10/19 UPDATE -- TICKETS FOR FRIDAY EVENING AND THE SATURDAY MATINEE ARE SOLD OUT, BUT WE HAVE A VERY LIMITED NUMBER OF TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE FOR THE SATURDAY EVENING PERFORMANCE. ALL SEATS ARE GOOD SEATS BECAUSE THE ENTIRE AUDIENCE OF APPROXIMATELY 110 WILL BE SEATED ON STAGE.
From 1941 - 1943 Three hundred heroic young men and women fought the Nazis in what became known as the Warsaw Ghetto Resistance and Uprising. More than just warriors, they lived, loved, dreamed, had ambitions, sang and danced with a fierce determination to live and, if necessary, die with honor; to become the soul of a new generation. They fought off their Nazi oppressors for 27 days, longer than the entire countries of France or Poland were able to do.
THIS IS THEIR STORY.
Lowell alumnus and award-winning director Lee Sankowich (Class of Fall '59) wrote and directs "For Honor" in this very special engagement in the Carol Channing Theater at Lowell High School to benefit Lowell's Visual & Performing Arts department.
For special sponsorship packages, please click here.