ALL IS CALM: The Christmas Truce of 1914
Book : Peter Rothstein; Music Arrangements: Erick Lichte and Timothy C. Takach
-December 14 – 20 (Wed-Sat @ 7:30pm; Sat/Sun matinee @ 2pm; Tues @ 7:30pm)
-Trinity Street Playhouse (on the fourth floor of First Baptist Church), 901 Trinity Street
Director: Dave Anderson
Music Director: Rob Greenfield
Set design: Steve Williams
Dialect Coach: Amanda Cooley Davis
Asst. Director/Stage Manager: Bethany McWilliams
Projectionist/Historic photo research: Rich Simms
TSP Artistic Director: Jenny Larson-Quiñones
-ASL interpreted performance on Thur. Dec. 15th at 7:30pm.
-Free childcare for newborns up to age twelve on Sat.Dec. 17th at the 2pm matinee. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot for your child(ren).
-Talkback following the Sat. 7:30pm evening performance on Dec. 17 with cast and Special guest: “Women at War,” with Dr. Barba Mann Wall, Professor Emerita at University of Virginia, Historian of Nursing
-Talkback following the Sun. 2pm matinee on Dec. 18: “Women at War,” with Special guest Dr. Barba Mann Wall, Professor Emerita at University of Virginia, Historian of Nursing
-Dec 19th: TSP Giving Back honoring Change1.org (Private Performance)
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All is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914 relives a poignant moment in history when Allied and German forces laid down their arms to celebrate the Christmas holiday together in WW1. The dramatic, historical production presents traditional patriotic and holiday songs of 1914 from both sides of the Western front and is interspersed with text read from letters, journals, and interviews from the soldiers who lived it. This production is not glorifying war…it shows the power of peace!