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Evan M Wiener


Nationality:    USA
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Evan M. Wiener is an emerging American voice for stage and film and a graduate of Columbia University; his screenplay Monogamy won top honors at the Tribeca Film Festival

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For 10 days in Buenos Aires in 1960, covert Israeli agents held captive the worlds most wanted war criminal and Hitlers architect of the Holocaust  Adolf Eichmann. In a hidden safe house, a thrilling battle of wills unfolds in this historical first-person account of the fight against Fascism. Captors is a portrait of two men: the Mossad agent burdened with bringing evil to justice, and Eichmann, the self-declared Good German, who is ready to utilize his every last ounce of charm, intelligence, and humanity in hopes of surviving and escaping his final interrogation. On the 50th anniversary of Eichmanns conviction and execution, this absorbing new play is a haunting reminder of the consequences and complexity of closing societys darkest chapter.

Inspired by Eichmann In My Hands by Peter Z. Malkin And Harry Stein

1st Produced:
Huntington Theatre    2011


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