Notes from the Fatherland

Notes from the Fatherland

Over the past two months, New York's Classic Stage Company has presented a remarkable pair of plays in repertory, offering two authentic, yet very different, accounts of life in Nazi Germany. Race is Ferdinand Brucker's astonishing 1933 frontline report, which prophesied the increasing persecution of the Jews (the author left Germany shortly before writing the play). I Will Bear Witness is a one-man show, adapted by Karen Malpede and George Bartenieff from Victor Klemperer's

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