The beginning of World War II. A house somewhere in the province of Nazi-occupied France. A car of the SS approaches from outside. This is the start of the play "Shoshana." It will be a moment that changes everything, especially for a girl named Shoshana. She loses her entire family. She is the sole survivor.
Four years after the massacre of her loved ones, she is given a chance to seek revenge for them. But at that very moment, Shoshana falls in love with a German soldier and is faced with a choice - whether to stay with her love or to avenge her family, as that revenge involves the death of her beloved. Circumstances force her - the victim of a horrifying regime - to make an ultimate choice. Yet, this choice might turn the victim into a perpetrator, forcing her to kill her own love.
Shoshana's story presents her with choices that everyone experiences in their life - can we escape when we want to? Can laughter also bring tears, can suffering be healed with love? Shoshana's choice may help us find answers to these questions.