Wed 2nd October - Sat 5th October
WICK THEATRE COMPANY
by Ronald Harwood
The great orchestral conductor Wilhelm Furtwängler had a choice when Hitler came to power in Germany. He could have left and showed his disgust at a violent racist dictatorship. Or he could have stayed to protect the values of German civilisation and help his fellow musicians.
He stayed and conducted for Hitler. Did he do the right thing? Was he just putting his personal ambition above his principles? Should he have left the country and lived as an exile? What would we have done?
Barn Theatre, Southwick Street, Southwick BN42 4TE
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(This production is entered into the BHAC 2019 Drama Awards competition)