Fear and Misery of the Third Riech
"Fear and Misery of the Third Reich, (German: Furcht und Elend des Dritten Reiches), also known as The Private Life of the Master Race, is one of Bertolt Brecht's most famous plays and the first of his openly anti-Nazi works. It was first performed in 1938. The production employed Brecht's epic theatre techniques to defamiliarize the behaviour of the characters and to make explicit the play's underlying message.
antisemitism is depicted in several of the sketches, including "the Physicist", "Judicial Process", and "the Jewish Wife"."