Priced - $450
The defining historic experience for mankind during the 20th Century was most certainly the tragic years from 1939-1945 that encompassed the events surrounding World War II. But even throughout those dark days, a spark of humanity and redemption continued to shine through.
In a moving tribute to the resiliency of the human spirit, Traveling Literary Theater pays homage to the men and women who struggled, fought, lived and died during that terrible conflict.
Three seasoned professional actors share many personal letters, quotes and accounts of the war. International cabaret singer, Maggie Worsdale performs a number of songs that best represent the feeling and mood of the era. This one hour performance has proven to be a fitting and uplifting tribute to the memory of those who made up what is now called “the greatest generation.”
Musical selections include: Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree, I Don't Want To Walk Without You, I’ll Be Home for Christmas, This Is The Army Mr. Jones, I’ll Be Seeing You.
Performed throughout the year, the show has a natural tie-in for Veterans Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Pearl Harbor and D-Day tributes.
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