Metronome Ticking

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Metronome Ticking is a docudrama based on the memoirs of a Jewish Holocaust survivor and the letters of a German propaganda officer during World War II who hated “Jews, Catholics, and Negroes.” Performed by their two sons, Bob Spitz and Henrik Eger, who exchange roles halfway through. Set during the Third Reich, the drama is brutally honest, yet uplifting. The experiences of an Austrian Holocaust survivor, fleeing across Europe, collide with the conflicting conscience and actions of a young Third Reich war correspondent in occupied France.
Format: Docudrama for two voices
Cast Size: 2M
Character breakdown

Bob Spitz, Lily’s son
Henrik Eger, Alf’s son

Snapshot

Original or Prominent Production: Martins Run, Media, PA, November 9, 2006.
Original Source Material: Memoirs of Lily Spitz, whose husband was deported to Dachau and Buchenwald; Alf Eger, German propaganda officer who hated Jews, in his letters to his wife during WWII.
Nationality of Author:
Original Language: English, later translated into German.
Publisher:

Self published: Henrik Eger

Production Rights Holder:

Henrik Eger

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