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by John DiFusco, et al

"It's grueling in its unflinching glimpse of wartime hell, yet graced with poetic beauty and flashes of ironic comic relief. Director Leon Shanglebee and an exemplary ensemble capture the work's visceral splendor and profound emotional resonance." 

Backstage West CRITIC'S PICK!

Les Spindle

Feb. 29, 2008

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"Shanglebee, in his angry, adrenaline-steeped production, is less interested in politics than in crafting kaleidoscopic portraits of a group of men under unbearably adverse circumstances."


Paul Birchall

Mar.  8, 2008

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"...this is an insanely powerful, flawlessly performed production! Under the disturbingly dynamic direction of Leon Shanglebee, a riveting cast of eight men spill their guts, torture their physical strength, and bare their souls…"

The Tolucan Times


Pat Taylor

Feb. 29,  2008


"A particularly heart-wrenching episode occurs when the intellectual loner nicknamed Professor (superbly played by Levatino) strikes up a friendship with Doc, leading to an unexpected calamity. Seamlessly rendered and artfully conceived design elements enhance this haunting production of DiFusco's timeless anti-war parable."

Backstage West CRITIC'S PICK!

Les Spindle

Feb. 29, 2008

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