Incident at Vichy, Arthur Miller’s suspenseful and gritty WWII drama is a fascinating and frightening psychological test of the limits of mankind’s capacity for good and evil.
Picked up off the streets in Vichy a group of men tensely await what they hope will be a routine check of their papers. As it becomes apparent that the Germans are involved, the fear in the room builds. Arthur Miller, the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, powerfully pits man’s instinct for self-preservation against his desire for solidarity. As each man struggles to save himself, he must face the age old question “Am I my brother’s keeper?” One by one, each man is summoned to learn his fate and the most dreaded word soon becomes – Next!