Lonely Soldiers: Women at War in Iraq (March 16 – April 6)

Posted on February 28, 2014 by

by Helen Benedict

March 16–April 6, 2014, The History Theater, St. Paul, MN

The stories of soldiers on the front lines of American’s most recent wars are unlike any that came before – especially for women in uniform. This provocative and timely play by award-winning author Helen Benedict, is based on interviews with soldiers stationed on the front lines in Iraq; these are the real words of eight battle-tested women warriors recounting their experiences on battlefield and in the barracks, and their personal journeys toward recovery and justice. Honest, heartfelt, and current, this play directed by Austene Van, opens the door for conversations about war, gender, and the challenges facing the next generation of American soldiers.

Enjoyed most by ages 16+

IARP Show Night: March 20

Join us for the 8:00 pm show on Thursday, March 20 and stay to meet the actors! Reserve your tickets for just $22 by emailing info@reconciliationproject.org.

For tickets and more information, visit http://www.historytheatre.com/2013-2014/lonely-soldiers.

Jamecia Bennett - Terris Dewalt-Johnson
Shana Berg - Anna Peterford
Dawn Brodey - Miriam Ruffalo
Hope Cervantes - Sylvia Gonzalez
Tamara Clark - Clara Henderson
Meghan Kreidler - Maria Sanchez
Rhiana Yazzie - Santiaga Flores
Santino Craven - Man

Creative team
directed by Austene Van
scenic design by Sarah Brander
lighting design by Wu Chen Khoo
costume design by Annie Cady
sound design by Martin Gwinup
properties design by Gariel Gomez
stage management by Charles Fraser*

*member of Actors’ Equity Association

Play guide
Download the play guide (PDF)

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