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CO-CHAIRS

Aileen Adams & Geoffrey Cowan  Rae & Dan Emmett 

Heather & Paul Haaga • Beth & Jon Kean  Lyn & Norman Lear 

John Logan  Laurie & Paul Nussbaum  Helen & Jim Zukin

COMMITTEE

Edward Asner • Holly Book • Michelle Kholos Brooks & Max Brooks 

Aviva & Carl Covitz • Richard Dreyfuss 

Carolee Campbell & Hector Elizondo • Elisabeth Familian

The Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation

 Patricia Glaser & Sam Mudie • Harry Hamlin • Robin & Gary Jacobs 

Sherry Bebitch Jeffe & Doug Jeffe • Jane Jelenko

Marsha Kwalwasser • Linda Lichter & Nick Marck
Susan Loewenberg & Ezra Suleiman • Marsha Mason 
Judith Pacht • David Rambo • Sandi Rapke 

Dr. Judith Reichman • Lois B. & Richard Reinis • Toni & Mitchell Reinis

Keri Russell & Matthew Rhys • Alyson Sattler • William Schneider 

Heidi Schulman & Mickey Kantor • Chip & David Selby

Susan Sullivan & Connell Cowan • Jocelyn Towne & Simon Helberg

Beegie Truesdale & Bill Carrick • JoBeth Williams & John Pasquin

Adele Yellin • Marilyn Ziering

INSTITUTIONAL SPONSORS

 

Los Angeles Mayor  
Eric Garcetti

Congressman
Adam Schiff

Beverly Hills Mayor  
Lili Bosse

United States Senator
Dianne Feinstein

INQUIRIES

SEPTEMBER 27, 2017

WALLIS ANNENBERG CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

9390 N. SANTA MONICA BLVD. BEVERLY HILLS, CA 90210

HOSTED BY HECTOR ELIZONDO

PERFORMANCE

JUDGMENT AT NUREMBERG

L.A. THEATRE WORKS NATIONAL TOURING COMPANY PRODUCTION

Straight from our acclaimed national tour, Judgment at Nuremberg is one of the great

courtroom dramas of the last century.

HONOREE

E. RANDOL SCHOENBERG

A TRIBUTE TO OUR GUEST OF HONOR

E. Randol Schoenberg, the winner of numerous awards in the field of litigation, represented

Maria Altmann in “Republic of Austria v. Altmann” resulting in the successful

 return of five Gustav Klimt paintings as depicted in the film Woman in Gold starring Helen Mirren.

CONVERSATION

E. RANDOL SCHOENBERG & USC PROFESSOR GEOFFREY COWAN

Following the performance, honoree E. Randol Schoenberg and Geoffrey Cowan will discuss the

complexities and triumphs of achieving true justice, then and now.

PERFORMANCE TIME:  7:30 PM

Followed by dessert reception

Artifacts from the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust’s recent exhibit

Nuremberg: Humanity’s Courtroom will be on view following the performance.

BUSINESS ATTIRE • VALET PARKING ($16) AND SELF-PARKING ($8) ARE AVAILABLE.

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