Courtesy of The LATC
The Los Angeles Theatre Center has an upcoming show exploring PTSD and soldier suicide.
Written by The Latino Theater Lab
Directed by Jose Luis Valenzuela
Produced by The Latino Theater Company
March 14 - April 6th
Thursday - Saturday 8pm
$10 Previews -March 14th and 15th
Opening Night – March 16th
Thursday – Saturday 8pm
$20 | General Admission (LATC Members $10)
$15 | for Groups of 10+
$10 | Thursdays (for the first 10 tickets sold, $15 after that)
$15 | Previews
Combat Fatigue. Shell Shock. PTSD. Melancholia.
For some soldiers, there can be something worse than being shot and killed in battle – surviving. The Latino Theater Company’s Melancholia returns to the LATC by popular demand this Spring. This stylized performance explores the life of a young Latino marine who returns from the Iraq war and struggles to reconnect to a world that no longer makes sense. Inspired by true events. 2007 Amnesty International “Freedom of Expression” Award Nominee.
“…a must see performance…both beautifully resonant and horrifically blunt ...” The Scotsman, Edinburgh Fringe Festival.