WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
An original work by Lone Wolf Tribe, written and performed by Kevin Augustine. Addressing war's impact with poetic imagery, life-sized puppetry and a clown's mix of humor and pathos, this nearly silent pantomime looks towards a path to peace. Forging empathetic links between wounded soldiers and rescued fight dogs, the post-war legacy of veterans is exposed when a lowly tramp clown works to heal the scars of violence by nursing his beloved pet dog back to health.
Dixon Place Lounge is open before and after the show and you may take your drinks into the theater.
Following performances invited guest speakers will lead discussions on themes explored in our show, particularly nonviolence and how to foster peace in ourselves and our world.
2/28: Opening Night
3/1: Bill Gilson & Frank Stearns - Veterans For Peace
3/7: Lionelle Hamanaka - Military Families Speak Out
3/8: Captain Paul K. Chappell - Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
3/14 & 3/15: Claude AnShin Thomas - Zaltho Foundation