THE AMERICAN SOLDIER: 1774-2015
Sat, April 24, 2021, 7pmPOSTPONED – SHOW IS BEING RESCHEDULED
Tickets: $19.50 | FREE for military veterans and active duty service members*
Add’l per-ticket processing fees apply: $2.50 (online only)
* Free veteran and active duty service member tickets are available by phone only.
Please pardon our dust.
The Virginia Theatre is getting a new ticketing system! Beginning Monday, February 1, 2021, the Virginia will go live with a new ticketing platform to provide patrons with an even better purchasing experience.
We’re sorry that we will be unable to offer tickets for sale while we build and configure this new system. But we hope you’ll visit us again at thevirginia.org starting February 1 for more information and to purchase tickets!
We apologize for any inconvenience this temporary pause in service may cause. Please note that all previously purchased Virginia Theatre tickets will continue to be accepted at our future shows, including those purchased before February 1, 2021.
The American Soldier 1774 – 2015 – previously scheduled for Saturday, Apr 24, 2021 – is now being rescheduled due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. All tickets from the originally-scheduled show will be honored by the Virginia Theatre on the new date, once announced. This includes tickets currently on hold at WILL CALL, print-at-home tickets, and also original printed tickets.
The American Soldier is actor Douglas Taurel’s unique solo performance based upon actual accounts and letters written by veterans and their families from the American Revolution through current day Iraq and Afghanistan wars. It strives to help us understand why it is so difficult for many veterans to re-enter civilian life when they come home after experiencing combat, and examines the incredible sacrifices made by our service members and their families.
The American Soldier has been nominated for an Amnesty International Award and has been performed at the Kennedy Center, among countless other venues.
In its brief 75 minutes, Douglas Taurel enters into the personas of 14 veterans and their family members, telling their story of courage and sacrifice.
The American Soldier exposes their scars, with both darkness and humor. It’s a journey through the American story with moments that resound with lasting meaning for both audiences old enough to remember, and those young enough to yearn for inspiration.
For more, visit theamericansoldiersoloshow.com
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