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GoliathGoliath

benefiting Veterans of Foreign Wars
produced by Poetic Theater Productions

 

Written by Rivera Takeo

Directed by Alex Mallory

Goliath is a choreopoem addressing the Iraq war and its effect on American idealism. An exploration of manhood and war, of violence at home and abroad, Goliath paints an intimate portrait of a soldier who has lived a life “too big, too real, too normal” to allow him peace.

Genre: Drama, One-Act, Poetry, American Politics, Foreign Lands

Planet Connections Theatre Festivity offers its congratulations to the cast and crew for the following nominations. For more information, please visit our award nominations page at http://planetconnections.org/planet-connections-nominees-2011/:

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Play, Outstanding Ensemble in a Play, Musical or Evening of One-Acts, Planet Activist Award, Outstanding Overall Production of a New Play, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play, Outstanding Lighting Design, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Play, Outstanding Playwriting for a New Script, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Play, Outstanding Direction

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Wednesday, June 01 at 9:00PM
Saturday, June 04 at 9:00PM
Sunday, June 05 at 1:15PM
Tuesday, June 07 at 6:15PM
Saturday, June 11 at 6:15PM
Saturday, June 18 at 2:00PM


80 minutes


at The Robert Moss Theatre
440 Lafayette Street
New York, NY 10003
Located at 440 Lafayette St. between Astor Place and 4th St. and across the street from The Public Theater.
Conveniently located near the N, R, W, and 6 trains.


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