Judgment at Nuremberg

Judgment at Nuremberg

Starring: Lukas Baeskow, John Cayton, Tony Sallemi, and Paul Guest Smith.

Featuring: Amanda Rose Benjamin, Phillip Cosentino, Jack Dawson, George Fredericks, Devon Headley, Ariana Nicoletta, Robert Reffellini, Eric Rosen, Barbara Scalici, Justin Schiedel, Tom Shcherbenko, Rachel Sternlicht, and Israel Wasserstein.

Directed by Mitchell Maglio.

Based upon the Academy Award winning film and adapted to the Broadway Stage in 2001 by Abby Mann, Judgment at Nuremberg is set in the aftermath of World War II in 1947 and centers on a military tribunal convened in Nuremberg, Germany, in which four German judges and prosecutors stand accused of crimes against humanity for their involvement in atrocities committed under the Nazi regime.
Thematically, this play deals with issues as relevant today as they were during the Nazi Regime. The dangers of Nationalism, protectionism and obedience to the state at the expense of personal morality are all central to the core message in the play, and will be explored at length.

Historic Richmondtown – Third County Courthouse
441 Clarke Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10306

Showtimes:
Friday, March 29, 8PM
Saturday, March 30, 2PM & 8PM
Sunday, March 31, 2PM
Friday, April 5, 8PM
Saturday, April 6 at 8PM – (no matinee)
Sunday, April 7, 2PM

$20-$25

 











When: Sat., March 30, 2019 at 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Judgment at Nuremberg

Starring: Lukas Baeskow, John Cayton, Tony Sallemi, and Paul Guest Smith.

Featuring: Amanda Rose Benjamin, Phillip Cosentino, Jack Dawson, George Fredericks, Devon Headley, Ariana Nicoletta, Robert Reffellini, Eric Rosen, Barbara Scalici, Justin Schiedel, Tom Shcherbenko, Rachel Sternlicht, and Israel Wasserstein.

Directed by Mitchell Maglio.

Based upon the Academy Award winning film and adapted to the Broadway Stage in 2001 by Abby Mann, Judgment at Nuremberg is set in the aftermath of World War II in 1947 and centers on a military tribunal convened in Nuremberg, Germany, in which four German judges and prosecutors stand accused of crimes against humanity for their involvement in atrocities committed under the Nazi regime.
Thematically, this play deals with issues as relevant today as they were during the Nazi Regime. The dangers of Nationalism, protectionism and obedience to the state at the expense of personal morality are all central to the core message in the play, and will be explored at length.

Historic Richmondtown – Third County Courthouse
441 Clarke Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10306

Showtimes:
Friday, March 29, 8PM
Saturday, March 30, 2PM & 8PM
Sunday, March 31, 2PM
Friday, April 5, 8PM
Saturday, April 6 at 8PM – (no matinee)
Sunday, April 7, 2PM

$20-$25

 

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