"Conspiracy" at Harvard
November 15 - November 23, 2013
In January 1942, at the height of the Second World War, fifteen members of the Nazi high command met in a luxurious villa on the outskirts of Berlin. There they enjoyed cigars and fine wine, listened to Schuster and Schubert, and began discussing a secret plan that would culminate in the murders of six million people. The Harvard premiere of Conspiracy has been adapted for the Harvard stage by Emmy-award winning writer Loring Mandel from his own screenplay to the 2001 movie of the same name. Based on the only surviving transcript of this notorious meeting, it explores the nature of an autocratic state, the dehumanizing effects of war, and how educated and idealistic young men were able to perpetrate the greatest crime in human history.
Friday, November 15th, 8 pm
Saturday, November 16th, 8 pm
Sunday, November 17th, 8 pm
Thursday, November 21st, 8 pm
Friday, November 22nd, 8 pm
Saturday, November 23rd, 8 pm
You can reserve tickets by calling:
Harvard Box Office at 617.496.2222 (hours: Tuesday-Sunday 12-6pm) or the
Loeb A.R.T. Box Office at 617.547.8300 (hours: Tuesday - Sunday,12-5pm)
Content may not be suitable for children younger than 13.