Set in 1930s Germany, Good follows Professor John Halder, a "good" man, as he becomes entwined with the Third Reich. The Nazi Party recruits Halder after the publication of his book advocating euthanasia. Slowly, Halder finds himself caught up in the nightmare of the Third Reich. Good offers a compelling portrait of a man torn between his own desires and what is right. CP Taylor's timeless play explores the Third Reich from within and uses music to illuminate Halder's inner dilemma. Good offers a chilling perspective that the atrocities of the Third Reich were committed by real people, not psychopaths. Directed by Jennifer Gordon Thomas, Good is as haunting as when it premiered twenty-five years ago.