Albert Speer

Author(s): David Edgar
Plucked from obscurity to be Hitler’s architect and minister of war, Albert Speer became the second most powerful man in Nazi Germany and the closest Hitler had to a friend. This panoramic adaptation of Gitta Sereny’s definitive and magisterial biography tells the epic story of a man whose devotion to Hitler blinded him to the worst crime of the twentieth century.
Format: Drama
Cast Size:6F/20M or more

Snapshot

Original or Prominent Production:
Lyllelton Theatre, National Theatre, London 2000
Original Source Material: From Gitta Sereny’s biography
Nationality of Author: English
Original Language: English
Publisher:

Nick Hern Books, London
Also published in A Terrible Truth: Anthology of Holocaust Drama, v. 1, compiled by Irene N. Watts, Playwrights Canada Press

Production Rights Holder:

Nick Hern Books

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