Wednesday, May 1
WIESENTHAL (The Play) & Service of Remembrance
It is the final day of Simon Wiesenthal’s career as a Nazi hunter. Ignoring his wife’s plea that he entertains no more visitors in his Vienna Jewish Documentation Center office he is, in fact, speaking to one last group. That group is today’s audience.
This one-man staged, dramatic reading by Harlan Tuckman as Wiesenthal, addressing this audience. The play, filled with hope, humanity and humor is about an ordinary man who did extraordinary things.
Following the play, there will be a Yom HaShoah service to commemorate Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day.