Fall Mainstage: Stranger in the Land

Stranger in the Land is the story of Anne Vander Berg, a woman coming to terms with generational trauma and her connection to the people who immigrated to Canada after the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands. What are the stories and secrets that seem to disturb this woman born long after the war has ended?

About this Project

Written by Redeemer’s own Professor Raymond Louter and first performed in 1995, Stranger in the Land is being re-mounted to celebrate the 75-year liberation of the Netherlands by Canada and the United States. Although tickets will not be sold for live performances due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the play will be recorded in front of a small audience from November 27-28 and released digitally on December 12.

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By supporting this project with a financial gift, you’ll help offset performance costs and allow Redeemer and the wider community to experience this impactful story that commemorates an important time in history while celebrating the tenacity of survivors who clung to their faith in a world forever changed by war and immigration.

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