Race

Bruckner's Race dramatizes the effects of the rise of Nazism and its anti-Jewish laws on a group of medical students in Germany in the early years of Hitler’s reign. Race dramatizes the love affair between Christian medical student Peter Karlanner and his Jewish girlfriend Helene Marx, a relationship clearly threatened by the Nazis’ racial laws.
Format: Full-length drama
Cast Size:13M/3F

Snapshot

Original or Prominent Production:
1933
Nationality of Author: German
Original Language: German
Publisher:

Dramatists Play Service, January 1, 2002

Production Rights Holder:

Dramatists Play Service

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