Robert Krakow is an author/playwright/Documentarian. He began his artistic endeavors in the late 1980’s with his acclaimed play “The False Witness: The Trial of Adolph Hitler” and more recently the “The Trial of Frankin D. Roosevelt”. Krakow’s research, study and understanding of Judaic history and religion drive his approach to theater and film. His goal is to inform and educate audiences about historical justice and the need to look beyond conventional wisdom to find the root causes of anti-Semitism and racism.
Krakow is a graduate of Georgetown University Law School. His strong interest in the criminal law process has influenced his creative choices. While practicing law, Robert was also a member of the adjunct faculty at American University and Catholic University Graduate School.