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March 20 - March 24

Crying Hands

Hosted by Theatre Passe Muraille


16 Ryerson Avenue, Toronto, ON, Canada

March 20-24

Crying Hands tells the tale of Hans, who was born deaf and grew up in Berlin before the war broke out in 1939. The production follows Hans’ fate as a deaf political prisoner in Sachsenhausen, and later we witness his struggle to survive the Auschwitz concentration camp. Created by Theatre Manu (Norway) this docu-drama is performed through a series of interconnected scenes accompanied by storytelling and projections.

More information and tickets

ASL performance with English translation. Wheelchair accessible venue. Visual story is available as a PDF. Assistive hearing devices available. Service animals welcome. Complimentary tickets for support persons. More accessibility information is available on the Theatre Passe Muraille website.