written and performed by Tom Dugan
directed by Jenny Sullivan

February 18~March 11, 2012

A powerful one-man show which has just been nominated for three Ovation Awards, including Best Director, Best Play and Best Leading Actor! The story follows Wiesenthal, sometimes called “The Jewish James Bond,” and recounts—like a gripping spy thriller—how this heroic man, after escaping death at the hands of Hitler's S.S., devoted his life to bringing war criminals to justice. Told with warmth, insight and surprising humor, this critically acclaimed production stars Tom Dugan, who himself has a personal connection to the story.

“Astonishing… there are righteous stories here that you will not forget.” —Los Angeles Times

PLEASE NOTE: This production replaces The Year of Magical Thinking, which we look forward to presenting in the future. (Congratulations to “magical” actress Karen Kondazian, who will be out on her own book tour this winter!) Although the production has changed, your performance date and time as printed on your ticket is correct.

Nominated for the Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Solo Performance

3 Ovation Nominations including Best Play, Best Director and Best Actor

“Critic’s Choice! An authoritative and engaging performer… you will not forget.” —Los Angeles Times

“Critic’s Pick! Dugan’s performance is masterful… The writing is superlative.” —Backstage

“Most eloquent.” —L.A. Weekly

“Remarkable. I highly recommend this production.” —

“As riveting as it is flawless… a brilliant tour de force.” —The Beverly Hills Courier

“Pure theatrical magic.” —Stage and Cinema


sponsored by~

Jewish Federation
Ventura County