Fredy Hirsch, a proud Jew and openly gay man, was born in Germany in 1916. When the anti-Semitic Nuremberg Laws were enacted in 1935, Hirsch fled from Germany to the Czech Republic, where he worked as a much admired sports teacher in a Jewish youth club. With the deportation of the Jews to Terezin — a combination of ghetto and concentration camp — Hirsch was appointed head of the Youth Services Department and helped care for more than 4,000 children and teens.
Advance tickets for programs at this venue are for sale at the Tivoli box office. Box-office hours are 4-10 p.m. Monday-Thursday and noon-10 p.m. Friday-Sunday. No phone sales. For tickets online, visit Landmark Theatres website. There is a $1-per-ticket service charge.ick up your tickets in advance using your confirmation number or credit card, or show the e-mail confirmation with scannable barcode to the usher.
430 seats (Tivoli 1), 140 seats (Tivoli 3)
Paid parking is available in the lot next to the Tivoli and in the garage across the street. Free parking is available three blocks west and one block north of the theater in a lot bounded by Kingsland and Leland avenues.6350 Delmar Boulevard St. Louis, MO 63130