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Slaughterhouse-Five
   by Kurt Konnegut 

Adapted for Stage by Eric Simonson
  



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Category: Live Radio Production 


Originally Performed:
October 22 & 23, 2005

Duke Power Theatre

345 N. College Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

       

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Featuring

David DeGroot
Ted Delorme
James K. Flynn
J. Michael Haithcock
Gloria King
Hugh Loomis
and Rhonda McDonald

Directed by Elizabeth Peterson-Vita
  

A masterpiece of modern American fiction, Slaughterhouse-Five makes a wry and ultimately profound statement about war and its emotional impact. Part autobiography and part science fiction, it tells the tale of Billy Pilgrim, who survives the World War II firebombing of Dresden, Germany as an American POW; he is later kidnapped by aliens who challenge his reality and his pain. Slaughterhouse-Five is the satirical multi-dimensional intersection of memory, war, peace, misery, ecstasy, time, space, life, and death....so it goes.

 

This production of Slaughterhouse-Five contains Adult Language and Content.

 

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