32—Friday, January 21, 1966
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United States since assuming of-
fice, at an inaugural dinner of the
American Friends of Tel Aviv Uni-
versity, to be held Feb. 3.
The dinner will highlight a na-
tionwide effort by the AFTAU to
raise $2,500,000 for the establish-
ment of the Moshe Sharett Insti-
tute of Educational Sciences. De-
signed to raise the general educa-
tional standards of Israel, the In-
stitute will train urgently needed
teachers in specialized fields, prin-
c i p a l s, district superintendents,
school psychologists, administra-
tors and other specialists.
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Rolf Hochhuth's drama "The
Deputy" will be seen here Jan. 31-
Feb. 5 at the Fisher Theater.
Sherwin Robert Rodgers, the
producer, selected the Theater
Group of Los Angeles production
for the tour because he felt that
its interpretation was closer to
the idea the author had in mind
than the New York version. Rod-
gers had met with Hochhuth in
Zurich prior to the arrival of the
play in the United States and had
heard from him some of his rea-
sons for writing it.
"It's the problem of each in-
dividual," said Hochhuth, "how he
can live with guilt.- Whether he
becomes indolent or superficial. I
wrote this play. That's how I lived
with my guilt." The writer refer-
red to his childhood as a member
of the Hitler Jugend, the circum-
stance which had preyed on his
mind until he suffered a nervous
breakdown after his escape from
the Nazi terror.
He further said: "If I had killed
someone, I can never get rid of
it, no matter what I do. So I must
live with this feeling of guilt and
gradually get used to it. But if
you measure writing a book against
the murder of only one child, it is,
of course, nothing."
Rodgers believes that the Thea-
ter Group production expresses
Hochhuth's intent — that all men
who are apathetic in the face of
inhumanity to their fellow men
are guilty. The direction by Gordon
Davidson and the scenery, lighting
and costumes by Peter Wexler
carry out this idea, according to
him. He also said that Hochhuth
had stated to the Associated Press
following the New York opening
that while he admired the courage
of the producer, "there was prac-
tically nothing about the produc-
tion with which I agree."
The cast of "The Deputy" has
been recruited from the top ranks
of film studios and television.
Most of the actors, headed by
Robert Brown (in the role of Fa-
ther Ricardo Fontana), who won
praise for his performance as
Stephen Dedalus in Burgess Mere-
dith's "Ulysses in Nighttown" are
also veterans of Broadway produc-
tions. Featured players include W.
A. Glover of the Stratford Shakes-
perian Festival who enacts the role
of Pope Pius XII, Ronald Long of
the "Old Vic" as The Cardinal,
Noah Keen of "Arrest and Trial"
as Gerstein, Paul Lambert, one of
Playhouse 90's regular stars, as
The Doctor, and Ian Wolfe who
has been familiar to movie- goers
since his famous "stool pigeon"
role in "Mutiny on the Bounty,"
as Father General.
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