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STAGE TUBE: Sneak Peek and Audience Reactions - Tom Dugan's WIESENTHAL, Coming to 92Y

Marking its New York premiere, playwright, actor and Drama Critics Circle Award Winner Tom Dugan will present "Wiesenthal," a one-man play that portrays the famed concentration camp survivor Simon Wiesenthal's life pursuit for bringing Nazi criminals to justice, at 92nd Street Y on Wednesday, April 10, 2013 at 8 p.m., during a Holocaust National Day of Remembrance. Click below to get a sneak peek of the performance, plus audience reactions!

"Wiesenthal" (directed by Jenny Sullivan) is set on the day of the famed "Nazi Hunter's" retirement while he recounts how after cheating death at the hands of Hitler's dreaded S.S. he dedicated his life to tracking down and bringing to justice nearly 1,100 fugitive war criminals, including Franz Stangl, the Treblinka death camp commandant; Karl Silberbauer, the S.S. officer who imprisoned Anne Frank; and the infamous "Architect of the Holocaust" Adolph Eichmann.

Dugan, the son of a decorated WWII veteran, is available for interview or to provide commentary on his play and the life of Wiesenthal, including on Holocaust Remembrance Day April 8 and during the Holocaust National Days of Remembrance April 7-14.

Tom Dugan is a veteran actor and playwright who recently received the 2011 Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Solo Performance and was winner of three 2011 Los Angeles Ovation Award nominations for his work in "Wiesenthal." Written by and starring Tom Dugan, "Wiesenthal" chronicles the life of Holocaust survivor Simon Wiesenthal.

The U.S. Congress established the Days of Remembrance as an annual commemoration of the Holocaust. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum designated "Never Again: Heeding the Warning Signs" as the theme for the 2013 observance, from April 7-14.

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