Saturday / April 22, 2017 / 8 p.m.
Judgment at Nuremberg
L.A. Theatre Works
On the eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day 2017, the Williams Center presents Abby Mann’s complex and absorbing chronicle, Judgment at Nuremberg. Set against the looming Cold War, shifting political alliances, and the shocking memories of the Holocaust, Judgment prevails as one of the great courtroom dramas of all time. The penetrating themes explored—the compromise of human rights, the role of politics in foreign policy, the loss of compassion in the rule of law—resonate even today. Renowned for their international broadcast series, L.A. Theatre Works takes live radio-theater–style performance on the road in this fully-staged production.
This performance is made possible, in part, by Patron Sponsors Gregory ‘90 and Naomi Pesky.
Are you free for lunch on Tuesday, April 18? Join us in Skillman Library from noon to 1 p.m. for “The Legacy of the Holocaust: The Nuremberg Trials and Beyond,” a conversation between Ilan Peleg, Charles A. Dana Professor of Government & Law, Rado Pribic, Oliver E. Williams Professor of Languages & Literatures and Chair of International Affairs, and Robert Weiner, Jones Professor of History. Click here for details.