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Sticks And Bones

BCA Plaza Theatre

Sticks and bones, written by David Rabe, tells the story of a young man who has been blinded while serving in the Vietnam war. When he returns home to his family, he finds that they are unable to understand or accept him. The play explores themes of identity, family and the psychological effects of war. It was first produced on Broadway and won the Tony Award for best play.

Written by David Rabe

Directed by Chris Cavalier

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Sticks and bones, written by David Rabe, tells the story of a young man who has been blinded while serving in the Vietnam war. When he returns home to his family, he finds that they are unable to understand or accept him. The play explores themes of identity, family and the psychological effects of war. It was first produced on Broadway and won the Tony Award for best play.

Written by David Rabe

Directed by Chris Cavalier

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