Through Enemy Eyes
by Lauren Ennis
Cast of Characters
A Nazi agent working undercover while teaching college. She is
intelligent but naive, and a devoted fand her older sister, whom she
greatly admires. She is in her late twenties and attractive, although
ollower of Nazi ideology. She is eager to prove herself in the eyes of
her country she initially dresses in a practical, almost dowdy fashion.
She speaks with a thick German accent.
Loreleiís older sister who teaches college in Boston. She is confident,
cold, and manipulative. Gertrude is a more established agent who manages
the accounts of the Boston branch of their espionage organization and as
such possesses more information about the regimeís actions than her
younger sister. She is in her early to mid thirties and more obviously
attractive than her sister. She also speaks with a thick German accent
The American diplomat whom Lorelei is assigned to retrieve information
from. He is intelligent, witty, and worldly. He enjoys the freedoms and
activities of American life, which he introduces Lorelei to. He is in
his early thirties and attractive.
PHYLLIS ĎPHYLí SMITH:
A showgirl at the Cocoanut Grove speakeasy and longtime friend of
Hankís. She is brassy and cynical.
A professor at Lasell who lives in the campus apartment next door to
Lorelei. She is a vindictive gossip who is known for telling ridiculous
tales and meddling in the lives of those around her.
A private detective in Boston who was once romantically involved with
Gertrude. He fervently opposes the Third Reich and possesses a sarcastic
wit. He is in his early to mid thirties. He speaks with a moderate
A student in Loreleiís class. She is sarcastic and rebellious, and
proves to be a consistent source of tension in Loreleiís class.
A detective in the Boston Police Department. He is the Ďbad copí who
uses various third degree techniques to his advantage.
Detective Huntís partner in the BPD. He is the Ďgood copí in the
partnership and counterís Huntís abrasiveness by utilizing his more
A student in Loreleiís class and friend of Vivianís.
A student in Loreleiís class.
A fellow professor and wisecracking friend of Eileenís.
A fellow professor and friend of Eileenís.
A friend of Hankís.
Modern day student at Lasell.
Modern day student at Lasell.
Lorelei Detweiler is a Nazi agent who works undercover as
a language professor in Boston while simultaneously delivering and
transmitting messages for the Third Reich. She is eventually assigned to
form a relationship with an American diplomat which leads her to question
her views and loyalty to her cause. Upon discovering the atrocities of the
Nazi regime, she is ultimately forced to choose between the ideological and
family ties of her past and the individualism and ideals she has encountered
in the United States.
Lasell College Library: The library contains a table and
several large bookshelves;
Boston Docks: The dock has low lighting and possibly dry
ice to create the illusion of fog;
Gertrudeís Apartment: The apartment contains, a kitchen
table, two matching chairs, a counter and sink.
Loreleiís Apartment: The apartment contains a small sofa,
a coffee table, a radio, a desk and a window.
Classroom: The classroom contains a teacherís desk,
several rows of desks, a blackboard and a window.
Hotel 1932: The hotel contains a refreshment table.
The Coconut Grove: The speakeasy is elaborately decorated
with life-like palm trees and an array of tropical decorations on the
walls and ceiling.
Park: The park contains a lamppost and several trees.
Restaurant: The restaurant contains several small tables
and matching chairs.
Campus House Kitchen: The kitchen contains a table, two
chairs, a stovetop and a percolator.
Faculty Lounge: The faculty lounge contains a large sofa
and coffee table.
Hankís Apartment: The apartment contains a large sofa, a
coat rack, a phonograph, a liquor cabinet, a clock and a coffee table.
Friedrichís Office: The office contains a large desk, a
phone, and two chairs.
Movie Theater: The movie theater contains a ticket stand
and chairs in the lobby and a projector and several rows of seats in the
Interrogation Room: The room contains a table, two
chairs, and a large light.
Fire Escape: The fire escape entails a metal platform and
Hotel 1942: The hotel contains a refreshment table, and a
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