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'Blonde Poison' by Gail Louw – a thrilling, thought-provoking one-woman play based on the true story of Stella Goldschlag, starring Dulcie Smart.
Brotfabrik, Caligariplatz 1
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NEW SEASON Brotfabrik, Caligari Platz 1, 13086 Berlin 21 February – 10 March 2019 Tuesdays to Saturdays 8:00pm, Sundays 7:00pm
Gail Louw's dazzling play 'Blonde Poison' returns after intense audience interest at Brotfabrik in 2018. It is based on the true story of Stella Goldschlag, a young woman in Nazi Berlin who betrayed others in order to save her family. Complex and morally ambiguous, 'Blonde Poison' doesn't try to provide easy answers - it poses questions which are still relevant today. It's gripping theatre.
Audiences said about Robert Chevara's production: ‘absolutely mesmerizing’, 'morally complex, intriguing and disturbing’, ‘superbly acted by the stunningly brave Dulcie Smart…’
Stella Goldschlag was blonde and blue-eyed and identified as German – but her parents were Jewish, and like millions of other Jews across 1930s Europe, the teenage Stella was told by the Nazis that she was an 'Untermensch', subhuman. She was humiliated, persecuted, imprisoned, tortured. Eventually the Gestapo offered her a deal, if she turned in other Jews, they would take her family's names off the list for Auschwitz. What would we have done?