Discussion Examining Young Hemingway & Dos Passos and World War I-Themed LEGO Program Highlight January Events at National WWI Museum And Memorial

On Thursday, Jan. 11, a group of local artists and University of Missouri-Kansas City Theatre and Conservatory of Music and Dance students offer a one-night theatrical performance called “Trench Warfare” with two performances scheduled for 7 and 8:30 p.m.

The play was written by UMKC alum Charlie Weitkamp and directed by Marianne McKenzie, an MFA Acting and Directing student at UMKC. “Trench Warfare” is a surreal exploration of the relationships that help people maneuver through trauma that is set in the trenches during the Great War. The play is free to attend.

The Jan. 11 play is one of many events scheduled at the National WWI Museum And Memorial. Read the full article from BroadwayWorld…

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