Storyteller Kevin Kling and Musician Simone Perrin Spin A Tale of Twin Cities
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On top of terrorists, IEDs, hostile populations and hellish conditions, female soldiers in the U.S. military face another enemy -- sexism -- that must be battled at the front and at home, on-duty and off. Worse, it is an enemy that is often fought alone, without help or even acknowledgement of colleagues and superiors. Lonely Soldiers: Women at War in Iraq is a play that explores the struggles, both visible and invisible, facing today's female soldiers. Adapted from Helen Benedict's book The Lonely Soldier: The Private War of Women Serving in Iraq, the play features monologues and scenes taken directly from Benedict's interviews with real soldiers. Directed by Austene Van, Lonely Soldiers stars seven actresses playing specific soldiers who served during the early years of the Iraq War. Learn More
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- Learn more about <em>A Tale of Twin Cities </em>at Kevin Kling's <a target="_blank" href="http://www.kevinkling.com/">website</a>.
- Visit Simone Perrin's <a target="_blank" href="http://www.simoneperrin.com/">website</a>.
Beloved Minnesota storyteller Kevin Kling teams up with the lovely and talented Simone Perrin to spin some yarns and sing some tunes exploring the sometimes loving, sometimes tumultuous, often hysterical shared histories of our sibling cities: Minneapolis and St. Paul. From their beginnings as St. Anthony and Pigs Eye through their growth as the milling and commerce centers of the Midwest, these “twins” have shared a lot of adventures over the years.