A darkish Turk theater impresario is getting noticed for mocking Adolf Hitler and National Socialist Germany on Friday, April 20, Adolf Hitler’s birthday.
In an underwhelming, not very creative publicity stunt, he’s offering free admission to the premier of Mein Kampf, the title of his play mocking Hitler, to anyone who wears a swastika.
Did he think of this provocation all by himself or with help from the Israeli embassy!
Meanwhile, in America, at least one group will be holding a rally celebrating Hitler’s birthday. More on that after the story on the German political theater.
The Konstanz Theater in southern Germany is offering visitors free tickets to an upcoming production of playwright George Tabori’s Hitler satire “Mein Kampf” by adding a provocative audience-participation element.