Honorably discharged soldier Daniel is accused of a war crime from his time in Iraq. Daniel journeys through an onslaught of public defenders, lawyers, preachers, and psychiatrists to discover his own path to truth about duty, war, and justice.
Honorably discharged but later accused of a war crime in Iraq, American soldier Daniel Reeves must navigate an onslaught of commanding officers, public defenders, lawyers, preachers and psychiatrists who seek answers, excuses or culpability. Based on actual events, Bill Cain’s psychological thriller is by turns shocking, mesmerizing and bitingly funny. Ultimately, it is the soldier who must discover his own path to truth, where he finds duty, war and justice are on a collision course with the indomitable, yet vulnerable, human spirit.
Tickets are $34-44 and are available over the phone, at the door, or online. Student, senior, and group discounts are available as well as student rush tickets 30 minutes before each performance.
2020/04/02 - 2020/04/26
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Personal previews before the performance and talkbacks after the performance are held on various dates throughout the run. See website for details.