a bold, stirring military story that contains both humor and tragedy.  This powerful work dramatizes three different pairs of American Veterans fighting in Iraq in the last decade.” – Doug Deuchler, Oak Park Wednesday Journal
“playwright Kathleen Cahill spent a year conducting interviews with Veterans  after becoming fascinated in the modern combat’s shifting gender dynamics… the result… a masterfully stylized examination of a traumatic incident and the fallout of those affected.” – Jacob Davis, Picture This Post
“Kathleen Cahill’s searing 2017 triptych shows us in three interconnected one acts, five lives ripped apart, two literally and three figuratively, by a roadside IED explosion near Mosul, Iraq, in 2004. In each play, Cahill displays considerable skill, telling compelling stories filled with rich, believable, sympathetic multi-dimensional characters. She has a strong ally in director Ann Filmer, who fills the production with strong actors, all of whom gracefully reveal the nuances in Cahill’s work. Stephanie Shum and Felipe Carrasco are especially strong as a mismatched, but still functional team: he’s a traditional jarhead who doesn’t believe women have a place in the marines; she’s a marine who does. And Arti Ishak displays remarkable range as a guilty survivor haunted by the ghost of a fallen comrade/perhaps lover.” – Jack Helbig, Chicago Reader

“(Part Two is) an action packed look at how two Marines facing action look at their lives” –Alan Bresloff, Around the Town Chicago

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