by Bill Cain
What's it about? In 2006 Private Reeves has been discharged from Iraq and returns home to be put on trial. Those in the audience are forced to ask, “Is it worth it?”
Know more: Read this.
Why we're excited: This play is asking deeper questions about the cost of war; a war that we are still in but for many of us, the impact is not felt on a personal level. Bill Cain’s writing has been featured twice at Seattle Repertory Theatre and promises a smart and fast paced exploration of the armed forces and US military practices.
Who you might recognize? Bill Cain has written for many tv/films including, ‘House of Cards’. Conner Nedderson, playing the soldier, is currently starring in another new play, My Name is Asher Lev. The story might also sound familiar- it’s very much inspired by this event.
Fun Fact: 3 of the actors play multiple roles.
How long is it? 90 minutes no intermission
Neighborhood: Capitol Hill