The Hiding Place, the Inspiring True Story of Corrie ten Boom
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The last date listed for The Hiding Place was Saturday June 25, 2011 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Lyceum Theater
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Star-crossed lovers, a banished child, a loyal servant, a notorious bear and more plot twists than… More
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Featured review from Chexie04
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The challenge of such difficult content was portrayed with careful consideration, reverence, impeccable styling, and endearment. We were grateful for the comedic relief sprinkled throughout the show and couldn't write enough good things in our "candy grams" to the cast and crew! Well done, ACTC, for representing this West Coast premiere well.
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In World War II-era Holland, Corrie ten Boom and her family of Christian watchmakers are quietly sheltering Jewish refugees in their small house. But when the Nazis discover the family’s secret, it could mean certain death for everyone. Based on a true story, this gripping drama follows Corrie and her sister as they endure the horrors of terrorism and experience a true test of their faith.
About the Ticket Supplier: American Coast Theater CompanyAmerican Coast Theatre Company (ACTC) is a non-profit theater company that brings together professionals and college interns to produce superior summer theatrical productions to the Orange County community.
In collaboration with Vanguard University, ACTC is committed to producing professional theatre with artistic excellence and high production value.
ACTC is also committed to producing works that may inspire hope or self-reflection through the eyes of the characters that struggle with their own humanity. The organization believes in stories that offer the possibility of enlightenment, which can be life changing. The goal is to produce works from the American and international dramatic canon, while also nurturing the development of new American playwrights.
ACTC is deeply rooted in the artistic traditions of theatre and believes in the examination of the human condition, as well as the potential for personal and social redemption revealed through thought-provoking storytelling.