We have all been comrades in the battle. Those who have gone will never be forgotten by those who remain.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AT 7:30PM
SUNDAY AT 2:00PM
Tickets are $15.00 per person | FREE for Veterans.
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About The Veteran's Day Project
The Veteran’s Day Project was first produced in November of 2018 at Tacoma Little Theatre to commemorate both the 100-year anniversary of Armistice and the centennial season of Tacoma Little Theatre as the oldest community theatre west of the Mississippi.
The Veteran’s Day Project is the culmination of ten years of work involving almost thirty actors, a half-dozen writers, and consultations with a number of veterans. This epistolary play tells the stories of American combatants over the last hundred years, via letters written home. In these carefully-crafted letters, men and women share their victories, their woes, their concerns, and their fears with their loved ones. These letters are based on historical people and events, but the characters on stage are fictional amalgams, rather than strictly factual portrayals.
Tacoma Little TheatreNovember 16-18, 2018
Full performance with staging
The Pocket Theater - SeattleNovember 15, 2015
Eclectic Theater - SeattleNovember 10-12, 2012
Thanks for making a piece that actors could delve into and audiences could experience viscerally and intellectually. I wasn’t sure what to expect but it was a genuinely moving and riveting experience. I feel privileged to have seen it. I sincerely hope you can get to perform it more, and that as many people can see it as possible. It makes for one hell of a night at the theatre. Great work!
What a huge show, and what a wide variety of subject matter within war / people's lives to cover! You did a really amazing job. I was very glad I got to see it. Can't wait to see what's next.
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November 16-18, 2018
Friday & Saturday at 7:30pm, Sunday at 2:00pm
Tickets: $15.00 All Ages | FREE for Veterans
Tacoma Little Theatre
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