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'Coming Home' at Theater for the New City

08/19/12 through 08/25/12 155 First Avenue Map
(212) 254-1109
www.theaterforthenewcity.net Ages: 14+ 15
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THEATER FOR THE NEW CITY'S THIRD DREAM UP FESTIVAL AUGUST 19 TO SEPTEMBER 9, 2012

"Coming Home," written and directed by Chris Raddatz. Dance Theater. World Premiere.

Community Theater

Sunday, August 19 at 2:00 PM; Monday, August 20 at 6:30 PM; Tuesday, August 21 at 6:30 PM; Thursday, August 23 at 9:00 PM; Saturday, August 25 at 5:00 PM.

Running Time: 75 minutes | Tickets: $15

"Coming Home" is a dance drama which follows the story of a young soldier named Brent as he tries to make the transition from a hostile warzone back to his life at home with longtime girlfriend Sam. The story is written in a nonlinear fashion that allows the audience to experience the main character's internal chaos. Flashbacks collide with current events and in-your-face monologues morph into expressive dances that broaden and expand to the greater world of the play.

Chris Raddatz graduated in the BFA – Acting class of 2012 from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He has written five plays, one of which was self-produced with fellow students in UNCG's Taylor Studio Theatre. He has also written and directed many films, including his short comedy "The Importance of Being Honest," which was awarded Campus Best Picture at the 2011 International Campus Movie Fest and was then given a screening in LA, where it was nominated for two awards, Best Picture and Best Actor. He wrote, produced, directed and acted in his feature film "Break A Home A House." As an actor, he has worked regionally with Triad Stage and Paper Lantern Theatre. "Coming Home" was given a reading at UNCG involving students and faculty and was met there with positive response.

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