LOS ANGELES, CA — (Marketwire) — 04/15/12 — In tact of Holocaust Remembrance Week, Apr 15-22, 2012, Woodland Hills resident, endowment winning playwright and actor Tom Dugan will perform his one-man, critically acclaimed “Nazi Hunter – Simon Wiesenthal,” a play formed on a life of famed Holocaust survivor Simon Wiesenthal who spent over 60 years bringing refugee Nazi criminals to justice, during a Toronto Centre for a Arts in Toronto Canada Apr 19, during 10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.
Dugan, a son of a flashy WWII veteran, is accessible to yield explanation on a well-developed life (1908 – 2005) of Wiesenthal — a male famous as “The Conscience of a Holocaust.”
Dugan’s play is set on a day of a famed Nazi Hunter’s retirement. While make-up adult his files, a favourite nicknamed “The Jewish James Bond,” recounts how after intrigue genocide during a hands of Hitler’s dreaded S.S, Wiesenthal dedicated his life to tracking down and bringing to probity such scandalous villains as Franz Stangl, a Treblinka genocide stay commandant, Karl Silberbauer, a SS officer who detained Anne Frank, Franz Murer “The Butcher of Wilna” and a barbarous “Architect of a Holocaust” Adolph Eichmann.
“It was a rejecting of common shame that initial drew me to Wiesenthal’s story,” says Dugan. “For me, Simon Wiesenthal was a loyal 20th Century hero.”
ABOUT TOM DUGAN: Tom Dugan is a maestro actor and playwright who recently perceived a 2011 The Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Solo Performance and was leader of 3 2011 Los Angeles Ovation Award nominations for a for his work in “Nazi Hunter – Simon Wiesenthal.” http://www.tomduganplays.com/HTML%20pages/bio.html
ABOUT “NAZI HUNTER:” Critically acclaimed one-man play “Nazi Hunter – Simon Wiesenthal” was hailed “masterful” by Backstage, “authoritative and engaging” by a LA Times, and “most eloquent” by LA WEEKLY. Written by and starring Tom Dugan, “Nazi Hunter” chronicles a life of Holocaust survivor Simon Wiesenthal. http://www.tomduganplays.com/HTML%20pages/simon.w.html
ABOUT HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE WEEK: Holocaust Remembrance Week, an annual decoration of a victims of a Holocaust, is Apr 15-22, 2012. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum designated “Choosing to Act: Stories of Rescue” as a 2012 tact theme. http://www.ushmm.org/remembrance/dor/resources/details.php?content=2012
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