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Dialogs: Elie Wiesel, Playwright presented by The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center

Eli Wiesel, the Nobel Laureate writer, activist, and Auschwitz survivor, was one of our society’s most eloquent and powerful voices for peace and human rights. Discover Wiesel the playwright and commemorate Yom Ha Shoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) with an afternoon program of Remembrance Readings from Wiesel’s dramatic works, including "A Black Canopy, A Black Sky” and “Dialogues,” directed by Jeffrey B. Moss and featuring actors Nora Davis, Adam Keller, Theresa Mccarthy, Greg Mullavey, Craig Newman, Theodora Silverman, Mickey Tennenbaum, and Arden Truax. Stage Manager: David Beller. 

After the readings, join a conversation with authors Sheldon Harnick, Sherman Yellen, Jeff Cohen, and Lori Weintrob, Director, Wagner College Holocaust Center. Moderated by Arnold Mittelman, President, National Jewish Theater Foundation. 



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