Digital Theatre Plus is privileged to announce that The National Jewish Theater's production of Jeff Cohen's The Soap Myth will be available to watch from Monday 27 January.
More than half a century after WWII, at the desperate urging of a passionate survivor, a young investigatve reporter finds herself caught between numerous versions of the same story.
The Soap Myth questions who has the right to write history - those people who have lived it and remember, those who study and protect it, or those who would seek to distort its very existence?
Dee Pelletier's frightening monologue was a revelation. Donald Corren is a chameleonic wonder as a historian. A genuinely moving conclusion.
The New York Times
There are certain types of movies, plays, books that one wishes would never end. For me, The Soap Myth is one of those extraordinary plays.
Speaking about the release of The Soap Myth, Creative Producer Fiona Lindsay said:
"Most great stories have their roots in reality, and the shared experience of people, places and events, enables us an understanding of life that is of huge educational value. The Soap Myth is one such piece and an acute reminder of how we must learn from the past.
"We are honoured to present the production on Digital Theatre Plus and can recommend it as an invaluable resource in the study of History, English, Drama, Citizenship, Politics and Media."