Casting Announced for WALLENBERG Presented by White Plains PAC 10/28-11/21

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The White Plains Performing Arts Center is proud to announce casting for Wallenberg, the first production in its 5-show Mainstage season. Performances of Wallenberg begin October 28, 2010 and run through November 21, 2010.

The title role of Raoul Wallenberg will be performed by Scott Mikita. Leah Horowitz will portray the Baroness Elisabeth Kemeny; Joe Cassidy will play Adolph Eichmann; Craig Waletzko will play Per Anger, the diplomat with whom Wallenberg worked, Alice Evans, will portray Raoul Wallenberg's mother; Nick Verina will play Vilmos Langfelder. Also, featured in the cast are Eric Ulloa as Pal Szalai, Mark Campbell as the Baron Gabor Kemeny and Lauren Lebowitz as Rosa.

The cast is rounded out with Darrel Blackburn, Bret Carr, Ken Clark, Ron DeStefano, Danielle Frimer, Lewis Grosso, Kera Halbersleben, Dennis Holland, Tommy Labanaris, Robert Kalman, Mary Jo McConnell, Kelly McCormick, Benjamin Milan-Polisar, Laura Patinkin, Staci Rudnitsky, Michael Scott, and David Young.

The show is directed by Emmy Award-winner Annette Jolles and music direction is by Darren R. Cohen.

Performances will be held at the White Plains Performing Arts Center, 11 City Place, White Plains on Thursday-Saturday evenings at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm, with additional performances, Thursday, November 4 at 2pm, Tuesday, November 9 at 8pm; and Thursday, November 18 at 10:30am.

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Wallenberg, an epic musical, tells the inspiring story of o¬ne of the greatest heroes of the 20th century. This one man's unconventional acts of bravery saved the lives of over 100,000 people during World War II. Between face-offs with the notorious Nazi colonel, Adolf Eichmann, and secret dealings with Baroness Elisabeth Kemény, the wife of one of Hungary's most prominent fascist leaders, Wallenberg was able to accomplish more in six months than most people do in a lifetime. When the war ended, Raoul Wallenberg was abducted by the Russians, never to be seen again.

Wallenberg has a book and lyrics by the 2006 Kleban Award-winning team of Laurence Holzman & Felicia Needleman and a score by Benjamin Rosenbluth.

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