New York City
It’s 1945. Germany has surrendered and the Nuremberg Trials are about to begin – the first time in history a nation’s leaders are brought to trial on the charge of starting a war. Leading the accused is Herman Goering, who, second only to Hitler, helped build the Third Reich. The unrepentant Nazi defies the Tribunal with ferocity and mocking wit, denies that any conqueror can fairly judge the conquered, and – with the blood of millions on his hands – claims the horrors he helped create were a natural consequence of human conflict. A gripping and provocative area premiere.
The first and final Sunday performances occur at 2pm.