Photo Credit: C. Adron Farris III
This dark, irreverent farce is directed by Del Hamilton (co-founder of 7 Stages Theatre in Atlanta). The author, Germa playwright George Tabori, also wrote novels and screenplays and was the son of a holocaust survivor. He's the focus of UGA's International Symposium on George Tabori and the Theatre of the Holocause, taking place Feb. 26–28—see drama.uga.edu/event/tabori. His play about Adolf Hitler brings the humor, but it's no knee-slapper. Hamilton believes that theater should not be simple or comfortable and asks, "Is theater supposed to mirror society, or should it cause a response related to change?" Tickets 706-542-4400 or drama.uga.edu/box-office.
Wednesday–Saturday, 8 p.m. & Sunday 2:30 p.m. · $16, $12 (students) · drama.uga.edu