On this page, I have embedded video clips of my various educational and creative projects.  At right you will find a brief explanation and credits. 
Click the play button beneath the image to run the short video. 
If you have any comments, questions, or would like more information, feel free to contact me directly.
Thanks, Henrik Eger, Ph.D. 
Love of music vs. hateful ideology: Video of a sample scene from Mendelssohn Does Not Live Here Anymore
At left, a video of a staged reading of an excerpt from a scene from my new play Mendelssohn Does Not Live Here Anymore, presented as part of the Playwrights's Forum at the conference for the Association for Jewish Theatre, May, 19, 2008.  The reading was directed by Rick Stein, featured Mira Hirsch as Gritt and Ralph Meranto as Alf, and was videotaped by David Kahn at the Jewish Ensemble Theatre, Detroit, MI.
Although this reading was preceded by only two short rehearsals, the performance speaks highly for the director and two actors.
Click here for more details about this play. 
Rescuing forbidden music:
Slideshow of a new play in the making, centering on Mendelssohn during the Third Reich
At left, a slide show of images which include the poster used for the first reading of a scene from my new play, enriched by artworks of Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809-47), historical photographs from the Third Reich (with Hitler and the Wagner family attending the Bayreuth opera), and scenes and photographs from the performance at the Jewish Community Center in Detroit.  
The slide show is accompanied by an excerpt from Mendelssohn's Piano Concerto No. 1, music that was forbidden during the Third Reich.  To see the slide show set to Mendelssohn's Piano Concerto No. 1, click here
To read the script of the scene used at the reading, click here

All About Jewish Theatre (AAJT):
The world's largest secular synagogue and open university
A video, written and directed by Henrik Eger, Ph.D., and filmed and edited by award-winning videographer Aaron Schumann, Philadelphia, for "All About Jewish Theatre," the world's largest website for Jewish theatre and theatre arts. (Run time: 4:39 minutes.)

This video was commissioned by Moti Sandak, chief editor of AAJT in Tel Aviv, Israel.
If you are interested in my writing and producing a video for your theatre, organization, or any of your cultural activities, feel free to contact me. 
Excerpts from Metronome Ticking
will become available later this year 
Metronome Ticking, a docudrama about the Third Reich and the Holocaust, is based on the memoirs of Lily Spitz, whose husband was deported to the concentration camps of Dachau and Buchenwald, and the uncensored letters of Ernst-Alfred Eger from Occupied France during WWII, where he was serving as a war correspondent and propaganda officer. 
Excerpts, with Bob Spitz (son of Lily Spitz) and Henrik Eger (son of Alf Eger), will be filmed on Nov. 9, 2008 at an upcoming performances in Hamburg, Germany, to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Kristallnacht, the Reichspogromnacht of Nov. 9, 1938.