The acclaimed producing company En Garde Arts brings you BASETRACK Live, named one of The New York Times’ Top Ten shows of 2014. Based on the true stories of families and Marines who served in Afghanistan, the show was praised as “a viscerally powerful depiction of war and its aftermath” and “a superb, moving work” by National Book Award winner Phil Klay (Redeployment). Combining live performance, immersive projection design and a dynamic electro-acoustic score, the show provides an intimate portrait of military families both during deployment and after.
“…an exhilarating evening of documentary theatre.” —The New York Times
Post-Performance Panel Discussion
The Center will host a panel discussion immediately following the performance to discuss the performance and challenges associated with military service. Participants include members of the cast and:
Noah Galloway is a former United States Army soldier, motivational speaker, and extreme sports enthusiast. He was injured during the Iraq War, losing his left arm above the elbow and left leg above the knee. He was a contestant on Dancing with the Stars season 20, paired with Sharna Burgess. The pair finished in third place. He led his team to victory in the first season of the American Grit TV show on FOX. His book Living with No Excuses: The Remarkable Rebirth of an American Soldier was released in August 2016.
Dr. Richard E. Powers, psychiatrist with experience in working with Veterans suffering from PTSD.
Susan Robinson, coordinator for Lima Foxtrot at Lakeshore Foundation which is one of this country’s premier, comprehensive, year round, sport, recreation and fitness programs for severely injured members of our Armed Forces who were injured post 9/11.
Matt Bein, Matt Bein is an 8-year Marine serviceman and activist in raising awareness of PTSD. Check out his latest project, HERE.
Self-Care and Creativity Day for Women Veterans
UAB Institute of Arts and Medicine and The Red Barn have teamed up to offer women veterans a day of relaxation and creativity! Participants will have the opportunity to interact with horses, create art, laugh, and enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings of The Red Barn with professional Artists in Residence from UAB Hospital and the wonderful staff and volunteers of The Red Barn. Registration required, see below for details.
When: Sunday, October 30 from 1p – 4p
Location: The Red Barn
2700 Bailey Road
Leeds, AL 35094
To Register/More information: call 205-934-0862 or email Kimberly Kirklin at email@example.com.
Made possible by:
The JDM Foundation
- Tickets valid for performance date and time only.
- No refunds. Exchanges subject to availability.
- Late seating at discretion of house management.
- All performances are subject to change.
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