I’m a Stranger Here Myself

Author(s): Mark Nadler
Written and performed by Mark Nadler, I'm a Stranger Here Myself is a cabaret show about Germany before the Nazi crackdown. Nadler sings German and French songs composed during the years of the Weimar Republic. The show explores the lives of the songs’ composers and the experiences of ordinary German citizens before the outbreak of World War II.
Format: English with French and German songs

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Original or Prominent Production:
The York Theater Company at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, New York City, May to June 2013; The Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Australia, 2012.
Original Source Material: Cabaret songs of the Weimar Republic.
Nationality of Author: U.S.
Original Language: E
Production Rights Holder:

See Mark Nadler’s website.

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