Katharina von Bora: A Play in Three Acts (Paperback)
The legendary life of Katharina von Bora Luther comes alive for the stage
Narrated by Anne Rochefeuille from "His Red Eminence," Katharina von Bora tells the true story of the woman behind Martin Luther's Protestant Reformation in Germany.
Born in 1499, Katharina started her education at first the convent at Brehna, then continued it in Kloster Nimbschen where she took vows as a nun at the age of sixteen and expected to live the whole of her life.
God, however, had other plans. On Easter Eve 1523 she escaped with eleven other nuns to Wittenberg, a move meant to be temporary until a more permanent home could be found for her. What happened next changed the world in this family story filled with Luther's music in the original German.
Ensemble casting. Ideal for community theatre, educational settings, and individual class lessons.