Wallenberg: A New Musical Drama

A musical that describes the worst times in human history and an amazing life story of a man who single-handedly saved the lives of a greater number of people than any other individual, organization, or government during the Holocaust. Raoul Wallenberg, a businessman from Stockholm, left the safety of neutral Sweden on an American-sponsored mission to Nazi-occupied Hungary. Within six months, he managed to save over 100,000 lives.
Format: Musical
Notes:

Music by Benjamin Rosenbluth.

Snapshot

Original or Prominent Production:
White Plains Performing Arts Center from Oct. 28–Nov. 21, 2010; Ballet Hispanico Rehearsal Studios, New York City, September 29 and 30, 2016.
Nationality of Author: U.S.
Original Language: English
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Experience(s) Chronicled: Resistance | Righteous Gentiles

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