'Eleanor's Story: An American Girl in Hitler’s Germany' Coming to Regional SA
Eleanor Ramrath Garner was an American girl caught in World War II Berlin who wrote an autobiography in 1999 detailing her experiences, titled 'Eleanor's Story'.
Decades later her granddaughter, Ingrid Garner, adapted 'Eleanor's Story' for stage, creating a one woman multi-dramatic play that tours around the globe.
The internationally acclaimed production is now in the next leg of its journey, currently touring regional South Australia.
Anita spoke to Ingrid on the Country Viewpoint today to find out more about Eleanor's Story, and where the play will be showing.
Eleanor's Story will be touring regional SA for the rest of October, including Flow regions:
Bordertown: Tatiara Civic Centre on October 19 at 7pm (Bookings: Tatiara District Council, Ph. 08 8752 1044)
Lameroo: Lameroo Memorial Hall on October 20 at 7pm (Bookings: Lameroo Post Office)
Streaky Bay: Streaky Bay Institute on October 24 at 7pm (Bookings: Streaky Bay Visitor Centre, Ph. 8626 7033 or call Jayne Holland 0427 706 454)
Clare: St Michael's Hall on October 27 at 7pm (Bookings: Clare Valley Wine Food & Tourism Centre, Ph. 1800 242 131)
Tintinara: Tintinara War Memorial Hall on October 28 at 7pm (Bookings: Tintinara Engineering 8757 2077, Keith Newsagency or at the door)
Find out more at countryarts.org.au.