Hitler Alone is an attempt to enter the heart and mind of the great criminal dictator, reflecting on his present, past and future in the minutes before his suicide. Ranting, charming, repellent: Adolf fascinates and disgusts in equal measure. Paul Webster in his one-man show explores the man behind the myth and perhaps, more frighteningly, the humanity of the man behind the myth. From the regrets of his youth, through his hopes and aspirations as a man, to his failures as the Führer, Hitler Alone is a fascinating insight into the life of one of the most infamous and reviled characters in history.
Archive :: production:T532170750, play:S01236051183, venue:V810