“Wiesenthal”, a play about an extraordinary life

“Wiesenthal” at Theatre Row- the Acorn Theatre, between Nov 28 and Feb 22, 2015 is the
riveting story of Simon Wiesenthal, a Holocaust survivor who lost 89 family members, tracked over 1,100 Nazi war criminals and brought them to justice, and spent his life fighting anti-semitism and prejudice against all people. This is the story of an extraordinary life dedicated to a purpose and a meaning that grew out of the depth of loss and persecution but celebrate the belief in justice, humanity and fairness for all. The play also promises to convey the wit, wisdom and humor of the man who was dubbed by some “The Jewish James Bond”.

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