Bronze Star: New Drama at Citrus College in Calif.

November 7, 2011

Citrus College history professor Bruce Solheim's new play, “Bronze Star, ” based on the life of his friend, Vietnam veteran Carl Ferguson, an Army draftee who received a Bronze Star and who committed suicide in…

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Veterans Theatre Project at Citrus College

June 14, 2011

Citrus College history professor Bruce Solheim has written a new play, "Bronze Star, " based on the life of his friend, Vietnam veteran Carl Ferguson, an Army draftee who received a Bronze Star and who…

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War Legacy Drama: A Shadow of Honor

March 4, 2011

The play, A Shadow of Honor , which had its world premiere at the Keegan Theatre in Washington, D.C., in January, has a two-pronged plot tied together by the legacies of America's wars on different…

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"Abbie": The One-Man Show

January 19, 2011

Abbie Hoffman (above ), the political activist and Yippie Party founder who was a member of the "Chicago Seven, " is the subject of a new one-man show, "Abbie, " which is running through January…

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Only A Ridgeline Away: New Vietnam War Drama

September 15, 2010

The play, Only a Ridgeline Away , was presented in late August and early September at the San Juan Community Theatre in Friday Harbor, Washington. Written and directed by playwright, Vietnam veteran, and Friday Harbor…

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Get Ready for HBO's The Pacific

March 4, 2010

You read it here first: if you have even the slightest interest in World War II, the U.S. Marine Corps, American history, or--even more importantly--top quality TV drama, you will be glued to your TV…

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Tracers in Severna Park, Maryland

October 14, 2009

Standing O Productions, a new theater company in Severna Park, Maryland, will be present its version of the Vietnam War play Tracers Nov. 13-22. The play, first put together by a group of Vietnam veterans…

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The Trial of the Catonsville Nine: The Play Again

September 4, 2009

On May 17, 1968, during the height of the Vietnam War--and of the antiwar movement--nine people, including two priests and a former nun, broke into a suburban Baltimore draft board (in Catonsville, Maryland), and burned…

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Timeless Greek Drama–for Veterans

June 18, 2009

Bryan Doerries founded The Philoctetes Project , an innovative form of psychodrama using ancient Greek plays, in New York City last year as a way to help emotionally troubled active-duty military personnel and veterans. In…

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One Red Flower

February 20, 2009

Tonight, Friday, February 20, is the first of ten performances at the Kensington Arts Theatre in Kensington, Maryland, of One Red Flower, new musical play inspired by the book, Dear America: Letters Home From Vietnam…

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