Hitlerhoff

Written by Tom Doig

Hitlerhoff David Hasselhoff and Adolf Hitler: together at last! In this jackboot-black comedy, the life stories of the Hoff and the Führer are mashed together, creating a loveable Frankenstein's monster who is HUGE in Germany.

Art Exhibition previously on in Melbourne precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Friday 26 September 2008 to Saturday 11 October 2008

Published by anonymous on Friday 22 August 2008.
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Young and Restless Productions

Presents

Hitlerhoff
David Hasselhoff and Adolf Hitler: together at last! In this jackboot-black comedy, the life stories of the Hoff and the Führer are mashed together, creating a loveable Frankenstein’s monster who is HUGE in Germany.

Have you ever pondered the connection between Pamela Anderson and international communism? Ever asked yourself what KITT had to with the Blitzkrieg? Ever considered the disturbing similarities between Hitler’s Aryan fantasies and the blonde, blue-eyed dream-world of Baywatch? Now you can!

Hitlerhoff is a Molotov cocktail of pop-culture and propaganda, banality and evil. While its controversial subject matter will inevitably offend some people, Hitlerhoff’s satire raises important questions – about the dangers of ambition, and celebrity-worship.

Hitlerhoff is written by the world’s foremost expert on Hitlerhoff Studies, Tom Doig (Survival of the Prettiest, 2004; The Badness Hour, 2006). It is directed by Erin Kelly and Sam Hoffmann, in a style part Brecht, part David Hasselhoff music video.

The title role is played by Tobias Manderson-Galvin, actor and notorious jelly-wrestler ("

Location

Venue: meeting Room, North Melbourne Town Hall