David Allen Moore's play, set in 1942, concerns a secret military commission set up by President Roosevelt to try eight German saboteurs who landed by u-boat on Long Island.
Inspired by actual events, the play examines the uneasy Balance between civil rights and security. It also explores the journey from mistrust to mutual respect made by the Jewish-American attorney assigned to represent the leader of the saboteurs and the leader himself - a German and a Nazi.
The play is directed by Jamie Rocha Allan.
Featuring rising talents Jonathan Gabb, John Sears and Brendan Weakliam.
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