H. I. D. (Hess Is Dead)

Author(s): Howard Brenton
Investigates the contradictions surrounding the apparent suicide of Hitler’s one-time deputy by stretching, through technological wizardry, our understanding of history and belief in objective reality.
Format: Drama
Cast Size:3M/2F

Snapshot

Original or Prominent Production:
Almeida Theatre London, 1989
Nationality of Author: English
Original Language: English
Publisher:

Nick Hern Books, London
In The Theatre of the Holocaust, v. 2, Robert Skloot, ed., University of Wisconsin Press, 1999.

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