The American Century Theater has announced complete casting for its production of Donald Bevan and Edmund Trzcinski's classic prisoner-of-war drama, Stalag 17, to be presented at the Gunston Theatre II, March 26-April 17. William Aitken will direct.

The play is based on the writers' actual experiences in the World War II, Nazi-run, POW camp in Austria, where, in late 1944, more than 30,000 prisoners -- 4,000 of them Americans -- were held.

The production stars Tony Bullock (Sefton), Hans Dettmar (Schultz), Jon Townson (Price), James Finley (Dunbar), Donald Osborne (Shapiro), and Steve Lebens (Reed). The company also features Karl Bittner (SS Captain), Bill Gordon (Hoffy), David Olmsted (Horney), Tom Eisman (Herb), Jay Hardee (Marko), Matthew Meixler (McCarthy/SS Guard), John Stange (Stosh), James Svatko (Geneva Man), and Gabriel Swee (Duke).

The design team will include Anndi Daleske (set), Rip Claassen (costumes), Cheryl Ann Gnerlich (lighting), Ian Armstrong (sound), and Casey Kaleba (fight choreographer).

For more information, visit americancentury.org.