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Nazi Hunter: Simon Wiesenthal

Friday, April 1 - 7:30pm

Nazi Hunter: Tom Dugan

Nazi Hunter is a one-man theatrical journey through the life of a genuine 20th century hero. Wiesenthal, 1908-2005, was a famous Austrian-Jewish Holocaust survivor who tracked down and brought to justice more than 1,100 Nazi war criminals hiding around the world. Dugan portrays the charming Wiesenthal, who recounts his remarkable life’s work from narrowly escaping death in the concentration camps to his relentless pursuit of the notorious Adolf Eichmann, Franz Stangl and Dr. Josef Mengele. This gripping story of one man’s struggle against Holocaust amnesia is a mesmerizing tour de force.

Tom Dugan is an award winning actor whose film and TV credits include Friends, Chicago Hope, The Practice, Lois & Clark, Ghostbusters II, Kindergarten Cop, and Dave. During the past 10 years, Dugan has emerged as a bright new voice of one-man theatre in America. His plays - Oscar To Oscar, Robert E. Lee, Frederick Douglass, and Nazi Hunter - have received high praise from critics, historians and educators from California to New York.

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This is a magnificent play that needs to be seen by all young people.

~ Adair Kline, Simon Wiesenthal Center
star Tickets: $15 Adults, $12 Seniors/Military, $8 Children Sponsored by South Arts, Georgia Council for the Arts, and National Endowment for the Arts