TAKING SIDES March 10
Set during the avid "de-Nazification" of postwar Germany, the play is based on the real life investigation of the German conductor Wilhelm Furtwängler and his role during the war. To the American charged with investigating him, he's a villain, to many musicians he was a savior. The question is - which was he? The author is an Academy Award winning screenwriter (The Pianist) and was knighted for services to the theatre. A thrilling play. Sophisticated and not likely of interest to younger children.
by Ronald Harwood
Directed by Karesa McElheny
Cast: Peter Renaday, Robert Mammana, Paul Denniston, Jack Kandel, Bonnie Cahoon and Carey Brown.
PLEASE NOTE TIMES
DOORS OPEN AT 3:30pm
PLAY WILL COMMENCE at 4:00 pm
We suggest you ARRIVE on time as street parking may take a few minutes walk.
Coffee and cookies will be served after the reading.
The reading is free. Optional donations (which will be shared equally to offset the actors' expenses) will be gladly received but not required.
Thank you and hope to see you there.
To reserve begin by clicking in the orange box that says "BEGIN ORDER" you see up to the right. Even though it says "buy tickets" they are free but you need to reserve this way. Thank you.
Contrapuntal Performance Hall (View)
655 N. Bundy Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90049
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