Lee Street theatre presents Center for Faith and the Arts’ St. Thomas Players production of
Written by Doris Baizley
Directed by David Pulliam
June 13 – 15 & 20 – 22 @ 730PM
June 16 @ 230PM
General tickets are $17.55 and student tickets are $10.
Tickets will be available May 13, 2019.
While presenting a humorous comedy story of rival women Civil War re-enactors, it examines issues of national identity and history…”
A dedicated Union nurse and a mysterious Confederate refugee meet on the Shiloh battlefield to compete for the title of Best Female Reenactor of the Year. With their young trainees trying to out-do each other in “authenticity,” and a concessionaire egging both sides on, their competition leads them into real conflict with Ranger Wilson, an African-American female park ranger who would rather be anywhere than the year 1862, imaginary or not. As the re-enactment rages out of control, all six women discover that some conflicts of the Civil War weren’t left behind in 1862.
PRODUCTION TEAM & CAST LIST AVAILABLE SOON!