Translated by Bryan Doerries

Produced by Phyllis Kaufman. Facilitated and directed by John Ammerman.

When?

October 10 & 11 , 2011, 7:30 p.m.

Where?

Springer Opera House , Columbus, GA

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Theater Emory is partnering with Theater of War Productions to present a free, public presentation of Theater of War. Theater of War Productions, supported by a generous grant from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation in collaboration with the United Service Organizations, is partnering with prominent theaters and universities across the United States to present Theater of War for mixed audiences comprised of military service members and civilians. Theater of War is an innovative project that presents readings of Ancient Greek plays – Sophocles’ Ajax and Philoctetes – as a catalyst for town hall discussions about the challenges faced by service members, veterans, and their families and caregivers today. Using Sophocles’ plays to forge a common vocabulary for openly discussing the impact of war on individuals, families and communities, these events will be aimed at generating compassion and understanding between diverse audiences.
You can learn more about Theater of War by visiting:
www.outsidethewirellc.com

Theater Emory would like to acknowledge support for the Emory presentation of “Theater of War” from the Springer Opera House, Rollins School of Public Health, and the Center for Creativity & Arts

Performance times

Monday, October 10, 2011- 7:30 p.m. Traditional Program
Tuesday, October 11, 2011- 7:30 p.m. Female Warrior Program

Admission is Free. Contact Springer Opera House for details.

WAYS TO GET INVOLVED

In bringing Theater of War to the Atlanta – Columbus area, we hope to generate compassion and understanding among diverse audiences of military and civilian backgrounds. Here are some local organizations that provide opportunities to get involved:

Please click on this link to see information about National Organizations:
THEATER OF WAR NATIONAL RESOURCES AND WAYS TO GET INVOLVED

LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS

Department of Veterans Affairs
Volunteers can perform a number of services, and a volunteer's talents are closely matched with one of many assignments.

Atlanta VA Medical Center
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Central Alabama VA Medical Center
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Georgia Department of Labor, Veterans Assistance
The Georgia Department of Labor provides a wide range of services to job seekers and employers, including administration of Georgia's unemployment insurance, employment service, and vocational rehabilitation programs.
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Georgia Department of Veterans Services
The Department of Veterans Service serves veterans residing in Georgia, their dependents and survivors in all matters pertaining to veterans benefits.
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ArtReach Foundation: Project America
Project America adapts the ArtReach Model to address the needs of U.S. veterans. It works to develop culture-specific modalities for treating trauma by combining its experience with emerging best practices in the field.
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Donate

Atlanta Center for Self Sufficiency:
Veterans Employment Assistance Program

The Atlanta Center for Self Sufficiency empowers homeless individuals to achieve economic self-sufficiency.
Veteran Employment
How to Help
Donate

Disabled Veterans of America
DAV is a non-profit organization dedicated to building better lives for disabled veterans and their families.
How to Help
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Equine Interventions—Horses and Heroes
Equine Interventions offers animal-assisted therapy to veterans with PTSD, depression, and other chronic mental illnesses.
Military Program

The Georgia National Guard Family Support Foundation, Inc.
The Georgia National Guard Family Support Foundation provides emergency relief assistance during times of financial crisis to guard members and families.
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Donate

Joseph and Sarah Caring for Vets, Inc
Joseph and Sarah Caring for Veterans, Inc. provides transitional housing and referral services for homeless veterans located in the Atlanta area and assists veterans in obtaining permanent housing, employment and life skills training.
How to Get Involved
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National Association of Black Military Women
The mission of NABMW is to seek out, record, maintain, and tell the history and heritage of African-American Military Women who have served and are serving in the United States Armed Forces.
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Paralyzed Veterans of America – Southeast Chapter
Paralyzed Veterans of America is dedicated to changing the lives of veterans with disabilities and their families through medial research, civil rights, and public awareness.
How to Help
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Veterans Empowerment Organization of Georgia
VEOG provides housing and support services to veterans in need, with or without the proof of pre-existing conditions – including substance abuse, medical, physical, or mental disabilities.
How To Help


Made possible by the generous support of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation in collaboration with the United Service Organizations.


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