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California Humanities Supports War Letters Play in Los Angeles One Night Only June 9

Author and historian Andrew Carroll’s play If All The Sky Were Paper, a collaboration with theatre professor John Benitz of Chapman University, will be performed one night only on Monday, June 9 at 7:30 pm at the Kirk Douglas Theater in Los Angeles,

If All The Sky Were Paper presents a selection of  letters from  in Carroll’s bestselling books War Letters and Behind the Lines. The play, which features a stellar ensemble cast, will bring to life the voices of war veterans and their families, both living and gone.

To order tickets, call 1.800.838.3006 or click HERE, veterans can purchase tickets for half price using the code “skypaper.”  If All The Sky Were Paper is supported by Cal Humanities’ Community StoriesProject grant.

For all inquiries please contact Keith Jeffreys at keith@usvaa.org  or at 310.559.2116

 

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