Ahmanson Theatre | Los Angeles, California
Why is The Soldier's Play such a fantastic performance? The show illustrates the awful psychological and physical effects that racism has on both victims and offenders. Both blatantly racist opinions and behaviors as well as those that are so deeply ingrained in society are often taken for granted and are shown by this riveting play. You will be in awe of the actors and the production for the rest of the performance, but tickets won't last long because everyone will be swarming to the box office. Consequently, you must act quickly to avoid missing out. Right here, you can snap up the tickets. On Wednesday 21st June 2023, it will be broadcast live at Ahmanson Theatre.
A Soldier's Play is a detective mystery written by African American writer Charles H. Fuller Jr. The drama, which had first premiered in 1981, is about the hostility that certain African Americans have toward one another with murder that serves as its core element. The play has been well received and won the 1982 Pulitzer Prize as well as the 1982 Best American Play Award from the New York Drama Critics Circle, and now it is coming to stage just for you. Fuller decided to pursue writing after noticing that his high school lacked any novels by African Americans, and boy are fans and critics happy he did. It is one of those riveting stories that makes ask the question, Why? Why are people like this? Why does racism exist?
A Soldier’s Play, the show has captivated everyone as they look at the tremendous stage design with a realistic cast dressed in the most pretty costumes and this time will be no different. You have to act quickly on this one, as tickets won’t be available for long, but you can snap up yours here.