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Dr Kritzinger’s 12 O’Clock – Award Winning play about Nazi Germany

play about Nazi Germany

DR KRITZINGER’S 12 O’CLOCK – AWARD WINNING PLAY ABOUT NAZI GERMANY

The fascinating, if horrific account of how a group of less than twenty men in a meeting changed the world and impacted its history forever.

In this one act play, the matter at hand has to do with the Jewish untermenschen and their existence in European society. The drama revolves around the men at the 1942 Wannsee Conference seeking a permanent solution to expel the Jews from Europe and reinstate the Aryan race at the top, where the men believe they should be in this award winning play about Nazi Germany.

It is a scenario we’ve seen time and again: how a few men can make disastrous decisions in the name of beliefs that they think the world ought to live by, for the greater good. This meeting resulted in the Jewish genocide known as the Holocaust. As a thoughtful Kritzinger predicted, more than just a few million Jewish lives would be lost ‘for good’ after that meeting.

Dr. Kritzinger’s 12 O’Clock won the Best One-Act Award at the 2015 Bill and Peggy Hunt Playwright’s Festival.

Author: Jim Snowden

Type: One act play about Nazi Germany

Genre: Drama

Cast: Main Characters 3 – M. Total cast 13M

Ages of the actors: Adult

Suitable for: All ages to watch and teens up to perform

Length: 45-50 minutes

Set: In the middle of the stage is a conference table, placed diagonally. Fifteen chairs are placed at roughly even spacing around the table. Paper name tags suggest the seating arrangements.

Level of difficulty: 8/10 – correct ambiance

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Copyright © May 2018 Jim Snowden and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other plays of a similar vein:

Dreamtime – play about murder by two teenage NeoNazi’s based on the true story of the notorious teen murders of two professors
Ironwilled – world war 2 movie script
Disney in Deutschland – play about Walt Disney and Adolf Hitler

The actors – a comedy about the afterlife

comedy about the afterlife

THE ACTORS – A COMEDY ABOUT THE AFTERLIFE

When Harbo stumbles into an unfamiliar place, dressing gown on and a toothbrush still in his mouth, he is greeted by the most unlikely vision: A Full Barbershop quartet singing at him, who call on celebrities composed (pardon the pun) of pretty famous but also pretty dead people, (such as William Shakespeare) in this comedy about the afterlife.

They bring tidings: He’s dead. Of course he doesn’t believe them, so they go out of their way to prove it to him – first of all by telling him stuff from his life and then be reenacting scenes from it (of which William Shakespeare is terribly critical of, being that way inclined).

Once he has accepted the news, he then gets sorted into whether he’s going to Heaven or Hell and if it’s the former, well, there could be a new opening in the barbershop quartet in his future, if he wants it?

Although the cast is large in this comedy about the afterlife, it would also suit smaller casts where more than one small role can be taken by the same actor.

Read other plays by Alex – The Condition – a comedy about the loony bin.

Author: Alex Emerson Acuff

Type: One act play

Genre: Comedy about the afterlife

Cast: 8 M, 3F, 3N. However the comedy in this play does allow for some gender swapping to occur.

Ages of the actors: Teens to adult

Suitable for: All ages to watch and teens up to perform

Length: 35-40 minutes

Set: Black box stage

Level of difficulty: 7/10 crowd control and characterization.

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Cost is $5.50 for this new digital play script

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Copyright © January 2017 Alex Acuff and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other plays about being dead

Death of Gerbil – a dark comedy about being dead and Heaven has lost your paperwork
A Second Chance – a group of dead people are given history changing missions
God Help Us – about the galactic conference where God has been delayed at the end of the world