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fierce backbone · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 24, 2018
tagged as: moving · intense · emotional
I appreciated this show. My dad had a traumatic brain injury 8 years ago and my mom is his primary caregiver. I was 20 and moved home during college and haven't left. Caregiving is consuming and taxing, both emotionally and physically. The play got a lot of things right -- having to disassociate the person who exists "now" from the person who existed (and who you loved) "before"; how hard it is to plan beyond the day-to-day; how isolating and lonely it can be. I was glad I saw it and am grateful the playwright, director and actors all approached this heavy topic with dignity and care.... full review
PEERADA MEEMALAYATH certified reviewer June 18, 2018
What a heart-wrenching show! I could not stop crying and I was just blown away by the writing and the acting in this show. The topics that were delved into the show was spectacular. Trauma, pain, guilt, mental health and so much more. Just a beautiful show that examines the human condition through these three characters. ... full review
RUSSELL EATON June 15, 2018
tagged as: veterans · War · drama · strong acting
Wounded is one of the most emotionally complex and devastating plays I have seen in a long time. Strong, raw, gut-wrenching performances of a challenging play makes this a deeply moving experience. Telling the story of a woman caring for her husband, tragically injured in war, and how she tries to regain some of her own identity back, this becomes a harrowing tale of people struggling to make it though life day by day. Definitely one of my favorite plays I have seen at this year's Fringe.... full review
tagged as: mental illness · veterans
Highly Recommended. Kerry Kazmierowicztrimm’s Wounded is hard to watch. And that’s some of the highest praise I can give theater.... full review
LEDA SISKIND certified reviewer June 12, 2018
This show is extremely well written and the playwright's words are performed with intense honesty by the excellent cast. 'Wounded' is reminiscent of Sam Shepard's work on how the 'wounded' of our society struggle within themselves and with each other to create a day to day existence.... full review
MICAH COVER June 03, 2018
tagged as: drama · Soldier · War · mental health · mental illness
Wounded is a harrowing and haunting story of loss and the definition of love. It is a fitting memorial and tribute to those who pay the ultimate sacrifice - and beyond - for country and home, soldier and civilian alike. I saw a preview, but the entire production was so flawless I would have assumed it was closing night. Ultimate praise must go to playwright Kerry Kaz for creating some unforgettable theater. ... full review
MARK HEIN June 04, 2018
tagged as: Jarring · insightful · dramatic · painful · fair
"Wounded" is not an anti-war play. It is a quiet, respectful examination of three intersecting lives. Not just these three, but everyone in their world has suffered the costs of war. Kaz makes it quietly clear -- war knows no boundaries, and no one escapes unharmed.... full review
JONATHAN TIPTON MEYERS certified reviewer June 10, 2018
With energetic, layered writing full of surprises, honest and grounded performances, "Wounded" explores a challenging subject matter in the best way possible, as a matter of fact. ... full review
BRANDA LOCK certified reviewer June 03, 2018
tagged as: drama · romance · PTSD · veterans · Love · pain · guilt
Amazing writing! Awesome production overall! Dealing with the aftermath of wounded veterans and the wounds they inflict on their loved ones and in turn the wounds their loved ones inflict on them. A tough subject matter that is dealt with masterfully in this play. It doesn’t pull any punches but manages not to beat the audience over the head. A delicate balance done with deft hands!... full review
JENNIFER CHUN certified reviewer June 10, 2018
Wounded was riveting. I found myself engulfed in the story from the onset, and the audience around me was rapt. ... full review

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