This 2015 drama by South Carolina-born, New York-based playwright Lindsey Ferrentino just won the prestigious Kesselring Prize, which goes to a playwright on the verge of national recognition. It chronicles one soldier’s journey for physical and emotional healing after a traumatic injury in Afghanistan, and opens the Alliance Theatre’s Hertz Stage season. If Ferrentino’s name sounds familiar, it may be because she’s a two-time Alliance/Kendeda National Graduate Playwriting Competition finalist (Magic Man in 2014, Moonlight on the Bayou coming in February 2017). Atlanta is lucky the Alliance programmed this great new American play.
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