Why See All Is Calm?
A Moving Tale of Holiday Spirit
Christmas Day of 1914 witnessed one of the most remarkable events of WW1. Soldiers from both sides climbed out of their trenches and gathered together in No Man's Land to celebrate, swapping stories and food, and even squared off in some friendly soccer matches.
Combining firsthand accounts and musical arrangements of festive favorites by Erick Lichte and Timothy C. Takach, All is Calm is a moving ode to peace, and a welcome change of pace from more bombastic seasonal shows. Written and directed by Peter Rothstein, this national tour is running concurrently to a New York production at the Sheen Center.
Performance date: 9 December 2018
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