One-man play chronicles Simon Weisenthal's lifelong fight against Holocaust amnesia.
General Admission Tickets $15 Students / $25 Adults
Recommended for ages 12 and above
Veteran actor Tom Dugan (“Bones,” “On Golden Pond,” “Chicago Hope”) wrote and stars in this full-length production about the concentration camp survivor turned relentless pursuer of Adolf Eichmann, Josef Mengele, and the Nazi who imprisoned Anne Frank. With warmth and surprising humor, this one-man play chronicles Wiesenthal’s lifelong fight against Holocaust amnesia.
“If we do not honestly try to understand how it happened then, it will happen now.” –Simon Wiesenthal
2011 Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award – Best Solo Performance
Performance Sponsor: Steve & Cynde Magidson
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LessonPLAN (Performing Live Arts Now) brings students to the theatre and takes performers into the schools, engaging minds and enriching hearts. LessonPLAN received the 2012 Arts, Beautification and Culture Award for “substantially contributing to culture in the city of Bend.” Study guides available on request.
Made possible by grants from
Children’s Edu-Investors Fund