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Gone For A Soldier
a Children's Theater
CATEGORY : CHILDREN
by John Stephens

COMPANY : Gypsy Theatre Company [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Dallas Theater [WEBSITE]
ID# 3133

SHOWING : September 26, 2008 - September 28, 2008

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

GONE FOR A SOLDIER: VOICES OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR
dramatizes the historical events that took place in Georgia during the American Civil War. Drawn from letters, news items, first person narratives and campaign histories, GONE FOR A SOLDIER portrays our nation’s tragic
civil war through the experiences of two young friends who fought on separate sides of the conflict.

The young protagonists are only 15 at the start of the play which adds a personal resonance and appeal for young audiences. The geographical detail of the Georgia campaign and the familiarity of such names as Peachtree Street, Stone Mountain, Kennesaw and Decatur remind today’s
audience of the proximity of that great struggle to those of us living in a very different Atlanta today.


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