17 Apr THE AMERICAN SOLDIER Honors Veterans in Austin, Texas on Memorial Weekend
THE AMERICAN SOLDIER Honors Veterans and Paints War on Memorial Weekend in Austin, Texas
Douglas Taurel honors veterans and their families by performing his powerful and critically acclaimed Off Broadway solo show THE AMERICAN SOLDIER at the EMMA S. BARRIENTOS MEXICAN AMERICAN CULTURAL CENTER in Austin, Texas on Memorial Weekend, May 25th, May 26th at 8pm & May 27th at 7pm 2017.
Based on factual accounts and actual letters written by veterans and their family members from the American Revolution all the way through current day Afghanistan conflict. It honors and explores the internal struggles that veterans and their families face when returning home from
combat. THE AMERICAN SOLDIER received 4 stars at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, was nominated for International Amnesty Award for theatre excellence and recently performed at The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.
This Memorial weekend, in 55-minutes, enhanced by an interplay of sound and lights, Taurel enters into the personas of 14 veterans and their family members, telling their story of courage and sacrifice. THE AMERICAN SOLDIER exposes their flaws and their scars with both darkness and humor, and honors their incredible commitment for our freedoms. THE AMERICAN SOLDIER is not simply a play, but a journey through the American story.
Taurel explained, “This is a true work of passion for me and I deeply hope that audiences will go away with a deeper appreciation of the tremendous sacrifice our veterans and their families have made for our country. I feel that the intense sacrifices that veterans and their families have made can never have enough awareness..”
“Onstage Taurel commits totally to his characters…flawlessly and powerful”
– The Huffington Post
“Taurel gives each voice a sensitive, moving presence…he is utterly believable”
– British Theatre Guide
Taurel’s screen credits include playing tough and edgy characters in television programs including Mr. Robot, Nurse Jackie, Damages, The Americans, Person of Interest, Blue Bloods, Believe, NYC 22, and The Following. Film credits include a supporting role in the feature film The Cobbler, directed by Oscar nominated Tom McCarthy and starring Adam Sandler and Dustin Hoffman. My BIO
The play is directed by Padraic Lillis who was recently named to the Indie Theater Hall of Fame and Indie Theater Person of the Year in New York.
Learn more about The American Soldier and hear audience and veterans testimonials by visiting www.TheAmericanSoldierSoloShow.com
- Press & Reviews: http://bit.ly/2axrQPu
- Address: 600 River Street | Austin, Texas 78701
- Date & Time: May 24th & May 25th , 8pm.
Mr. Taurel is available for interviews.
To arrange interviews and press seats for review, please contact:
Douglas Taurel (917) 734 4570 firstname.lastname@example.org
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