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Foxhole Stories: Twist, Pull, Smoke, Run-Motherfucker-Run!

the foxhole stories · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America

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HELEN WAGNER certified reviewer June 18, 2018
tagged as: PTSD · suicide · joy · fear · Love · real
This is an outstanding play. It was co-written by a veteran and acted by two vets. The play will make you laugh, fear, and cry. It taught me so much about PTSD. Katherine, Matthew, and Brock have amazing chemistry on stage. Everyone over about 16 years of age should see this play! This play needs to be produced in the future for many more to see!... full review
VICTOR SOTOMAYOR certified reviewer June 17, 2018
Speechless. Top of the Fringe in my book. ... full review
FRED HIRZ certified reviewer June 16, 2018
The show was a realistic look at a veteran experiencing PTSD. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 16, 2018
There is much that the American people wake up to every morning. A avalanche of hashtags invade the day vying for attention, but by the time you’ve gotten up for work, taken a shower and eaten your breakfast, a Veteran has committed suicide. A study done by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs showed that roughly 22 Veterans were dying by suicide per day, or one every 65 minutes. Some sources suggest that this rate may be undercounting suicides. Well, timing is everything as they say and the time is now to showcase the plight of the American Veteran. Thank you Matthew Domenico, Katherine Duff, Brock Joseph and Director Chris Game, for breathing life into not only the personal stories you tell, but the stories of those who can’... full review
RUSSELL EATON certified reviewer June 15, 2018
tagged as: Military · PTSD · drama · compelling · Realistic
This play itself is a fascinating piece. Knowing it is derived from actual experiences of soldiers adjusting to their return home, there is an authenticity to the storytelling that automatically adds weight to the play. The memories being brought to life are exciting and disturbing. The play shifts tone, radically at times, from heartwarming to gut-wrenching, all depending on what the character Adam is remembering or trying to suppress. It is intense, thrilling and sometimes heart-breaking. ... full review
TARA DONOVAN June 12, 2018
tagged as: War · veterans · drama · capivating
GO SEE THIS PLAY! A brilliantly crafted look into the mind of veteran with PTSD and the daily struggle they have to beat their demons and survive when they return home. I cannot rave about this show enough. Moving, effecting, funny, and tragic. I was completely captivated from start to finish and enjoyed the talk back.... full review
BETHANY PRICE June 09, 2018
tagged as: combat · PTSD · drama · Relationships · War · Narrative
Very powerful storytelling about combat vet returning to civilian life. Great chemistry between the cast. I highly recommend the show... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 11, 2018
If you are looking for riveting and compelling theater do not miss this play. Though the subject matter has to do with PTSD and a soldier's struggle after coming home the play has universal appeal. The fearless writing, courageous performances and expert directing make Twist Pull Smoke Run-Mother-Fucker-Run a great theater experience.... full review
ANONYMOUS June 11, 2018
High octane theater! I saw it on Friday. It is Monday and I can't get this play out of my head. Still thinking about and telling everyone I know to go and see it. But it ain't for the faint of heart. Don't say I didn't warn you!... full review
ANONYMOUS June 12, 2018
An affecting if still-developing play about the war between one man's two private lives.... full review

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