A Green River
July 5-7 and July 12-14
In this original work by local playwright Aaron Randolph III, Army soldier Erik White, having been stationed overseas, has returned home to a world he no longer recognizes. Erik must consequently face the challenges of everyday life, including bearing the weight of his haunted memories, while continuing to struggle with a war he can't leave behind. A breathtaking drama that grabs the audience and doesn't let go, A Green River mixes naturalistic dialogue with a non-linear structure that allows the audience to truly experience a troubled soldier's state of mind.
Directed by Philip Wm McKinley
Tickets range from $15.00 - 20.00. Militay and their families are $10.00.
A Green River contains adult language and content, including portrayals and depictions of battlegrounds, gunfire, and death that could be potentially triggering for some audience members. The play is intended for mature audiences only.