A Soldier’s War

SoldiersWarWritten by Joshua Ramsden, this play was inspired by real-life events and traces the experiences of five WWII soldiers through various stages of the conflict from the time they enlist through basic training, deployment overseas, landing in Europe during D-Day and ultimately returning home at war’s end.

A Soldier’s Story is presented by the Globe Theatre as part of its Shumiatcher Sandbox Series.  It’s directed by Judy Wensel and features Jeremy Hilsendager, Kenn McLeod, Greg Ochitwa, Josh Ramsden and Devon Wesnoski in the starring roles.

The play runs Jan. 28-Feb. 6, with curtain at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available on the Globe Theatre’s website.


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