It was one of the most audacious exploits of World War II.
Playwrights’ Theatre is proud to announce the world-premiere production of
written by Scott Timmons; directed by Margie Slovan
at the Bathhouse Theatre on Green Lake
September 1 – 16, 2012
Few people know the astounding story of the Czech soldiers who pulled off one of the most dangerous missions of World War II. Against all odds in a country cowed by its new Nazi masters, two Czech paratroopers assassinated Reinhard Heydrich, Hitler’s right-hand man, a ruthless tyrant known as the “Butcher of Prague.” This story came to life on the stages of the Bathhouse Theatre at Green Lake in a world premiere production from Playwrights’ Theatre.
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