Monday, March 8, 2021

TTP Playwright Awarded NJ Arts Fellowship

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TTP playwright Joseph Vitale receives New Jersey State Council on the Arts fellowship.

 

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OPENING NIGHTS IN THE AFTERNOON

Zoom readings of new plays from our playwrights workshop followed by discussion with the author, sponsored by FRIENDS OF THE CRANFORD LIBARY.


THE INTERPRETER
by Joseph Vitale

Set at the Nuremberg trials in 1945-46, The Interpreter is the story of the relationship between Hermann Goring—former Reichmarschall of Germany and the leading Nazi on trial for war crimes—and his interpreter, a 23-year-old Jewish U.S. Army Private. Inspired, in part, by the real-life experience of Richard Sonnenfeldt, the chief interpreter at the trials, The Interpreter is a work of theatrical fiction, exploring the strange and complex relationship between the two men.


Admission is FREE but REGISTRATION is required.

 Join us for a free reading of his play about the Nuremberg Trials, 


THE INTERPRETER 

WHEN: Saturday, March 13, 2pm

WHERE: Zoom

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