David Tennant stars in C.P. Taylor's drama examining the seductive nature of Nazism in 1930s Germany.
John Halder is the example of an upstanding citizen and a good man. But in Germany in 1933, anything and anyone can change. 'Good' charts Halder's life over the course of eight years as he works his way towards the upper echelons of the SS, and his shift from a liberal literary professor who believes he can lead the Nazis onto a humane path, to an egomaniacal autocrat who becomes increasingly detached from reality.
BAFTA and Emmy Award-winning actor David Tennant leads in this new production of C.P. Taylor's drama. David Tennant is best known for his work in television, starring in hit shows such as 'Doctor Who', 'Broadchurch' and 'DuckTales', as well as his acclaimed stage work as part of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Tennant will star alongside recent Olivier Award-winner Elliot Levy ('Cabaret') who will be taking on the role of Jewish psychiatrist, Maurice.
Olivier Award-winning director Dominic Cooke (Associate Director at the National Theatre) will helm this new production.