Hours: 8 p.m.
Price: Tickets start at $29
Address: 1395 Lexington Ave. - (212) 415-5500
Description: 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. 92nd Street Y is located at 1395 Lexington Ave. Tickets start at $29 and are available by calling (212) 415-5500, online at www.92Y.org or in person at the box office.
Says Dugan of his 92Y performance, “I am delighted for the New York premiere of “Wiesenthal” during the Holocaust National Days of Remembrance, especially to commemorate Simon Wiesenthal’s passion for educating youth for the future – teaching the next generation how to identify the warning signs of the dangers that exist today.”
“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.
Venue Description: Located on the Upper West Side, the 92nd Street Y is NYC's hub for lectures, talks, readings, literary events, classes, Jewish programs, food and wine tastings, and more. They also offer live music, dance performances, and more including the Art of the Guitar, the $5 Fridays at Noon dance series, and social events.