Freshly Fallen Snow: Two Women Face Painful War Memories
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Chicago Dramatists opens its 34th season with this world-premiere drama by their resident playwright M.E.H. Lewis. Inspired by recent research, Freshly Fallen Snow
finds the pioneer of a controversial new technique to edit traumatic memories working with a badly-scarred female Iraq War veteran. But the woman she really wants to help is her mother, whose long-buried pain was set off by the Dresden firestorm of World War II. This new play, directed by Meghan Beals McCarthy, is sure to resonate with those concerned about the plight of our recently-returned combat veterans.
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The last date listed for Freshly Fallen Snow was Thursday October 25, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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