Simon Wiesenthal did not look like a man who could bring some of the most notorious criminals the world has ever known to justice. But the diminutive man, who was known as the Jewish James Bond, made sure that more than 1,100 Nazi war criminals were tried. The play Wiesenthal celebrates the man who was dogged in his pursuit of justice for those who could not fight for themselves. Wiesenthal arrives in New York after winning the L.A. Drama Circle Award.
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Show InformationPreview: Oct. 24, 2014 Open: Nov. 5, 2014
- Wiesenthal with Tom Dugan
CASTSimon Wiesenthal Tom Dugan
CREATIVE STAFFAuthor Tom Dugan Director Jenny Sullivan
Wiesenthal is a play about a man who became a universal hero. Highly intelligent, devoted to justice, and untiring in his quest, Simon Wiesenthal was a complex man. Flawed, funny, and noble, he engaged in a quest that lasted decades. In Wiesenthal, which is written by and stars Tom Dugan, the psyche, passion, and purpose of the man who would not give up on what many thought to be an impossible mission, is exposed.
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The Acorn Theatre (at Theatre Row) 410 W 42nd Street, between 9th and 10th Avenues New York, NY 10036
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