Cry Havoc!

Directed by Eric Tucker
Written and performed by Stephan Wolfert
With material by William Shakespeare
Available for free video on demand November 10 - December 17, 2020




After six years in the Army, Stephan Wolfert hopped off an Amtrak deep in the mountains of Montana and found himself at a performance of Richard III that would change his life forever. In a heartrending 70 minutes, Wolfert discovers his own experience pre- and post-military service in the lines of some of Shakespeare’s famous speeches, all the while exploring the possibility of a new experience. Is there room for improvement in the way in which we reintegrate our veterans back into society? The military recruits citizens and wires them for war, but does not un-wire them. What does the “De-Cruit®” process look like? How do we come together to relearn how to live?

VIDEO IS FREE TO WATCH
Instructions: Click the buy button, add 1 comp ticket to your cart, hit "add" and follow the prompts. Fill out the delivery information and an email will be sent with a CLICKABLE BLUE BAR, this is the link to view the video. Once you click the blue bar, you will have 48 hours to watch the video. You can fast forward, rewind, and watch as many times as you would like in this 48 hour period. If you do not complete the video in this timeframe or want to watch again, you must re-register. Please note, the video will only be available until December 17 at 11:59 PM regardless of when you clicked the blue link.

Reserve Now: Virtual Live Talkback for Groups

Syracuse Stage is excited to offer groups the chance to have a live discussion with Cry Havoc! writer and performer Stephan Wolfert. Reserve your digital package for your group today.

This virtual talkback is free for groups, but must be booked in advance.

For more information or to book, please contact
Joann Yarrow, Director of Community Engagement and Education
at jmyarrow@syr.edu



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