In 1960, Adolph Eichmann, the high Nazi war criminal, was kidnapped in Argentina by the Israeli secret service, and brought to Jerusalem to stand trial for Crimes Against Humanity: "The Trial of the Century", as it would forever be known. This play - The White Crow
- is based on pre-trial interrogations of the Nazi monster. The psychologist sent in to break the great criminal, Miriam Baum, is an invented character, but all the facts are true. What is most telling is that given the opportunity to confront a notorious Nazi psychopath, we discover that the world of victims and executioners is not the world we expected and that we ourselves are only one decision away from Evil.Author Donald Freed. Producer York Theatre Royal. Director Damian Cruden. Design Lydia Denno. Lighting Christopher Randall. Design Craig Vear (video).