AIMEE AND JAGUAR
By Lillian Groag
January 31-Febuary 9, 2014
As war-torn Berlin crumbles underneath constant Allied bombing, a romance kindles between Lilly Wust, a mother of four with a husband away fighting for the Nazi cause, and Felice Schragenheim, a Jewish girl living on fake IDs and uncertain of her next meal. Written by Northwestern alumna Lillian Groag and directed by Joseph Hanreddy, Aimee and Jaguar investigates the complex and often contradictory nature of love in the emotionally charged final days of the Third Reich.
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Aimee and Jaguar is sponsored by a generous grant from The Alumnae of Northwestern University.