Hauptmann

Written by John Logan
Directed by Terry McCabe

Summary

John Logan’s powerful historical drama about the crime of the century–the kidnapping of the Lindbergh baby. Did the German-immigrant carpenter Bruno Richard Hauptmann kidnap the only son of America’s hero Charles Augustus Lindbergh? Or did Hauptmann go to the electric chair the victim of prejudice, hysteria, and poor judgment? We can’t know. But at the end of the evening, after studying Hauptmann’s words and manner for some clue to the truth, we come away with a sense of mysteries that, though they’re all around us, we haven’t sensed before.
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Creative

Terry McCabe: Director
James Dardenne: Set Design
Claudia Boddy: Costume Design
Todd Hensley: Light Design
Galen G. Ramsey: Sound Design

Cast

Denis O’Hare: Hauptmann
Steve Pickering: Wilentz
Craig Spidle: Trenchard
Gunnar Branson: Lindbergh
Donna Powers: Anne Lindbergh
Wendy Lueker: Anna Hauptmann
Roger Mueller: Condon