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Nuremberg, 1945-46: The Interpreter is the story of the relationship between Hermann Goring, 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 the chief interpreter at the trials, The Interpreter is a work of theatrical fiction, exploring the strange and complex relationship between the two men.
TTP playwright Joseph Vitale has received a New Jersey State Council on the Arts fellowship.