A Scene from Love Letters to Adolf Hitler

Love Letters to Adolf Hitler:
A Story of Passionate Love…

"Appropriately unsettling piece of theater."
Daily News (New York)

"A work of art."
The Jewish Week

Set in Germany during World War II, Love Letters is a theatrical adaptation of intimate love letters sent to Adolf Hitler by German women in the years 1939 to 1945. This "skin crawling" (The New York Times) play brings to life the female voice of that era - a strong emotional bond to Adolf Hitler. The letters, acquired by The Jewish Theater of New York in 1996, state in part: "You are so good, you have such a noble heart." as in the words of one named Maria. "Sweet Kitten, my heart's Adolf," writes another (Margarete of Königsberg) to her Führer, "with tender love I kiss your Punzerl and may the Almighty God protect you..."

Cast: 6. All female.

One of the Love Letters

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