by Tom Dugan

On the day of his retirement the famed “Nazi Hunter” Simon Wiesenthal welcomes one final group of students to his Jewish Documentation Center in Vienna, Austria. With warmth, wit and surprising humor this charming man known as “The Conscience of the Holocaust” recounts the remarkable story of how, after cheating death at the hands of Hitler’s dreaded SS, he dedicated his life to tracking down and bringing to justice the greatest mass murderers in human history.

  • Cast Size: 1M
  • Running Time: 90+ minutes
  • Royalty Rate: $75 per performance

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About the Playwright

Tom Dugan – Dubbed by critics “A National Treasure,” Tom Dugan is a popular Los Angeles based playwright/actor who for over 25 years has been honored with many awards and nominations (New York Drama Desk, New York Outer Critics Circle, Los Angeles Ovation, Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle, Los Angeles Stage Scene).  His meticulously researched historical one-person plays have been produced throughout the U.S, Canada, Mexico, Israel, India, Australia, Italy, Scotland, and the Caribbean.  His play Wiesenthal (“Heartbreaking and beautiful” – New York Times), about famed Nazi Hunter Simon Wiesenthal, was produced by Daryl Roth Off – Broadway and was featured on PBS.   Mr. Dugan’s other solo plays include Tell Him Its Jackie [Kennedy] (“Masterful” – Curtain Up), The Ghosts of Mary Lincoln (“Spellbinding” – LA Times) Robert E. Lee – Shades of Gray (“Brilliant” – Stage Happenings), Frederick Douglass in the Shadow of Slavery (“The Best” – Peninsula News), and Tevye in New York! (“delightful” – Broadway World). Most recently, Tom’s multi-character play Cemetery Pub (“hilarious and original”- South Florida Theater Magazine) premiered in Los Angeles, and then enjoyed a successful production in Fort Lauderdale FL. the following year. Mr. Dugan’s screen acting credits include FriendsCurb Your EnthusiasmGhostbusters II, Dave, Kindergarten Cop, The Naked Gun, and the ZZ Top video Legs[email protected]

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