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NOT ABOUT HEROS a play by Stephen MacDonald, FREE for veterans! (at the Art Box)
My favorite place for theatre, (the Off-Leash Area Art Box) is hosting the well-known play: "NOT ABOUT HEROS" by Stephen MacDonald. Come watch an examination of poetry, war, death, courage, and art, by Hero Now Theatre in honor of Veteran's Day, 11/11/2018 (runs Thursday Nov 08,[masked]:00 PM thru Saturday Nov 17,[masked]:00 PM cost: Free - $20.00) ....................................................... From the press announcement ... To mark the 100th anniversary of the first World War Armistice, Hero Now Theatre presents "Not About Heroes," by Stephen MacDonald. It is a play about war, truth, and two artists' evolving self-awareness. Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen were officers in the British army and have been called the best British poets of the "Great War." The play, based on letters and memoirs, imagines their meeting in a psychiatric hospital where one was admitted for shell shock, the other for speaking out against prolonging the conflict. As the older Sassoon nurtures Owen in his early years as a poet, their relationship deepens. Eventually, though, Owen decides he must return to combat. The reason will surprise. Discussions with veteran-artists follow each show. U.S. military veterans are admitted free, but tickets are required, as there is limited seating. ............................ From wikipedia... Not About Heroes is a drama by Stephen MacDonaldabout the real-life relationship between the poets Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon, first performed in 1982 at the Edinburgh Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland. The play has only two characters: Owen and Sassoon. The story of their friendship is told in a series of flashbacks, narrated by Sassoon who survived World War I (in which Owen was killed). Most of the scenes take place during their time as fellow-patients at Craiglockhart War Hospital near Edinburgh in 1917. The title is a quotation from the preface Wilfred Owen wrote in preparation for the publication of his collected poems: "This book is not about heroes. English poetry is not yet fit to speak of them. Nor is it about deeds, or lands, nor anything about glory, honour, might, majesty, dominion, or power, except War. Above all I am not concerned with Poetry. My subject is War, and the pity of War. The Poetry is in the pity." ......................................... From the meetup host ... In honor of Veterans Day, why not join in this examination of what the national holiday is all about? Here are some links to go to... (order tickets in advance at Brown Paper Tickets...) You are also invited to eat, drink, and discuss the play further, after the show, at a nearby location which we will decide upon together. Lots of good choices are in the neighborhood. I hope that I will see you at this thought-provoking event! Your host, Chris Hoppe ...details... Look for the host either before or after the play, somewhere near the foyer? Text Chris at[masked] for more information.

Off-Leash Art Box Theater

4200 East 54th Steet · Minneapolis, mn

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NOTICE- due to the excessive amount of no-shows recently, the Twin Cities Hot and Spicy Food Lovers meetup group will begin enforcement of a 'three strikes, you're out' policy.
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