Franklin Stage Brings Back a One-Man Show by Popular Demand
| August 31, 2018
Franklin Stage Company has brought back Stephan Wolfert in his one-man show ‘Cry Havoc’ which tells his own story through his words and the words of Shakespeare. He joins us to talk about his war-time and post-war journey. He also talks about his work with DE-CRUIT, which uses theatre to treat post-war trauma.
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