Richmond writer David L. Robbins’ critically acclaimed novel is adapted for the stage. In the final days of World War II, the race to conquer Berlin is on. Robbins takes us into the heat of battle, awaiting the fated, terrifying collision between Stalin’s army and Berlin’s civilian population. The End of War examines the choices we make for ourselves, and for each other, when persecution is on our doorstep.
The End of War
By David L. Robbins
Directed by Nathaniel Shaw
Part of The Acts of Faith Theatre Festival
This world premiere production has been approved for an Art Works grant from the National Endowment for the Arts .
"Powerful...compelling" -- Washington Post
"Robbins is an accomplished storyteller... a pitch-perfect blend of fiction and history." -- The Denver Post
Acts of Faith Talkbacks
There will be talkbacks immediately following the performance on March 12 and 19. Talkbacks last approximately twenty minutes.
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