Peter Dizozza’s The Golf Wars

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About This Show

Peter Dizozza, a songwriter, playwright, pianist, singer, actor, and director with a catalogue of over twenty fully realized plays and two hundred songs will perform a solo set of piano-driven material from his 2002 musical The Golf Wars, which tells the screwball story of The Dueling Pianists, a pair of New York cabaret performers who are convinced by the promise of a fat paycheck to take their show on the road to Oahu, Hawaii. There, amidst much merriment and toe-tapping ballads, they become deeply enmeshed with pivotal figures in a conflict between the US Armed Forces, which occupies 50% of the island, and a foreign owned golf resort. This conflict culminates in The First Golf War, a battle between multi-billionaire golf moguls and an unrelenting military force, unwilling to allow its precious resources to be co-opted.

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Show Details

Dates: One Night Only: August 27, 2006
Location: Public Theater, New York City

425 Lafayette St,

New York,


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