Hitler’s Daughter – 2006-2013

This award-winning show tells the story of Hitler’s Daughter through the eyes of four Australian children Mark, Ben, Anna and Tracey. As the friends wait for the school bus in country Australia one rainy morning Anna begins to tell the tale of Heidi, daughter of the most hated man in history. The play switches between 1940’s Nazi Germany and contemporary Australia as one of the friends, Mark, becomes engrossed in Anna’s story.

Could Heidi have stopped the atrocities of genocide, war and hate her father raged on the world during World War II? Would he have acted differently in her place? Heidi’s story leads him to question his own identity and the world around him. Hitler’s Daughter opened in 2006 and continues to go from strength to strength.

Winner – 2007 Helpmann Award– Best Children’s Presentation
Winner – 2007 APACA Drover Award for Touring Excellence
Winner – 2006 Drover Special Panel Award
Winner – 2011 Glug Award

Supporters: Sydney Jewish Museum, Healthway, Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation, Arts On Tour, James N. Kirby Foundation.

Emotive and gripping.
Australian Jewish News

Wonderful performances…moving and beautifully handled… it stayed with me for weeks. Low Down Magazine

Evocative and entertaining … deft and poignant.
Launceston Review

The journey was spellbinding.
The Gladstone Observer

Find the Hitler’s Daughter teacher’s resource here

Find the Hitler’s Daughter 2016 Seminar eacher’s resource here