Cast Members
(Order of Appearance)
Sabrina Guilbeault as Eve
Margo Wilson-Ruggiero as Helga
Michele DeMary as Evelyn
Stephanie LeBlanc as Faith
Lucy Bly as Lil
James Sanguinetti as Ratcatcher
James Sanguinetti as Nazi Border Officer
James Sanguinetti as English Organizer
James Sanguinetti as Postman
James Sanguinetti as Station Guard
Production Crew
Technical Director ... Lawrence R. Houbre, Jr.
Stage Manager ... Mellanie Crowther
Set Design ... Edward J. Maguire
Lighting Design ... Lawrence R. Houbre, Jr.
Sound Design ... William C. Smith
Makeup/Hair Styles ... Suzanne J. Houbre
Costumes ... Suzanne J. Houbre
Harmonica Coach ... Lee J. Fortier
Poster/Flyer Graphics ... mediumstudio
Lighting/Sound Technician ... Lawrence R. Houbre, Jr., William C. Smith
Set Construction ... Lee Bonia, Mark P. Fuller, Lawrence R. Houbre, Jr., Dennis J. Smith, Jacquie Vercellone, Peter Vercellone
Stage Crew ... Doreen Nunes
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by Diane Samuels; Directed by Edward J. Maguire
  • Mar 14-16, 2019, 7:30 PM;
  • Mar 17, 2019, 2:30 PM;
  • Mar 21-23, 2019, 7:30 PM;
  • Mar 24, 2019, 2:30 PM

The Kindertransport was a British rescue mission that took place at the beginning of WWII. Over 10,000 Jewish children from various countries were placed in British foster homes.

Parents are faced with the difficult choice of keeping their beloved daughter Eva in Germany with them, or letting her become one of the Kindertransport children, who are sent to the UK, alone. When Eva arrives in London, speaking no English, and feeling very much abandoned, she is taken under the wing of Lil Miller.

Kindertransport depicts the agony of separating a child from her parents and wrestles with the consequences of that choice, an act of sacrifice that may also produce devastating results.

Nazi Border Officer
English Organizer
Station Guard

Director's Message

Separation is a defining condition of the Kindertransport. It ensured the safety of children by separating them from the persecution and suffering they faced if they had stayed. However, it also separated them from the love and support of their parents and all they had known as home.

- Edward J. Maguire, Director