Brunhilde Pomsel, born 1911, Berlin citizen. Works for a Jewish lawyer in the early 1930s and then as secretary to Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels. This grandiose solo is based on an interview Brunhilde Pomsel gave at the age of 102 (!) years. She tells with excellent recollection from her life and from this time at the side of the sinister master of propaganda.
British author Christopher Hampton has used original conversations to write an impressive and insightful study of this German life - also with humor... In 2019, this special play celebrated its acclaimed premiere in London.
Since October 2020, it can be experienced for the first time in German with the popular folk and character actress Brigitte Grothum at the Schlosspark Theater, Berlin.
- (Program in German)
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Henrik Kairies (Musik)
Philip Tiedemann (Inszenierung)
Brigitte Grothum (mit)