Taking Sides

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Music and Movies


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November 22, 2015








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It followed the efforts of Major Steve Arnold, who was played by Greg Westphal, as he attempted to bring down Wilhelm Furtwangler, played by Paul Zajac, who was the famous and beloved conductor of Germany throughout the Nazi Regime era. The setting was centered in Major Arnold’s office, and Carlson used the characters to drive the play with the intense conversations and arguments...
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The major theme she was driving at was around the deeply debated issue of politics versus art on the governmental and legal level, and where separation, if any, exists or should exist. In addition Carlson obviously highlighted Furtwangler and music in this debate, and used the other characters of Emmi Straube and Lieutenant David Wills, played by Bobbi Datz and David Hepburn, to back Furtwangler and match the convincing argument put forth from Major Arnold about the level of responsibility that Furtwangler owed and should take for his role with the Nazi’s...
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