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The Visions of Simone Machard (Mannheim, trans.) - Full Length Play, Drama

The Visions of Simone Machard (Mannheim, trans.)

Bertolt Brecht, Ralph Manheim, Leon Feuchtwanger

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Full Length Play, Drama

15m or f

ISBN: MS00000000223

Bertolt Brecht, written in collaboration with Leon Feuchtwanger and based on the latter's novel. Translated by Ralph Manheim.
NOTICE: Please be advised, this title is from the Samuel French Vault and is made from a scan of an archived manuscript. We hope you’ll treasure this glimpse into theatre history.

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During the German invasion of France in 1940, Simone, a teen-age girl, is a sen a hotel. Absorbed by the story of Joan of Arc, she dreams that her brother, a French soldier, has called upon her to save France. In dream interludes she identifies herself with Joan, seeing the people around her as historical figures. Inspired by a sense of mission, she feeds hungry refugees and, when the Germans arrive, sets fire to the hotel's gasoline supplies to prevent them from falling into the enemy's hands. At last she has a vision of being tried and sentenced to death; in fact, she is seized and sent to a mental institution.


15m or f


Cross gender casting, Reduced casting (Doubling Possible), Room for Extras


Roles include multiple characters

Bertolt Brecht

Bertolt Brecht

Bertolt Brecht (1898-1956), playwright, poet and director, was born in Augsburg, Germany in February 1898. He established himself as a playwright during the 1920s and early 1930s with plays such as Baal, Man is Man, The Threepenny Opera,  and The Mother. In 1933, as Hitler came to power in Germany, Mr. Brecht fled to Scandinavia before eventually settling in the USA where he remained until 1947. ... view full profile

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