NYC Theatre: Goliath

 I recently attended this show and overall its a powerful piece. It touches on a subject that needs to be discussed, more so considering we're still in war. In my opinion it leaves you with a feeling that this issue is in fact bigger then us. To some  degree empathy and understanding is such a small sentiment, but it's a start to showing incite to a way of life we might never understand.

GOLIATH is a New York Times Community Affairs "Pick of the Week"! says "GO see Goliath"!

GOLIATH is an "Editors' Pick" in the Lantern Review: A Journal of Asian American Poetry!
"Powerful... I urge you to see this play. It’s not something you want to miss!"- Lantern Review

GOLIATH opened Wednesday June 1st at the Robert Moss Theater.  Wade Ray and Quinn Warren started the evening by reading poems written by Iraq War veterans from the Warrior Writers Project. GOLIATH's first performance started and ended with a bang- and met with powerful audience responses, including laughter, tears and some great post-show conversations.
The last two shows are listed below and the tickets are selling out quick.
Click on the date you're interested in attending and it will take you directly to the site where you can purchase tickets.
4:00PM - Thu, June 16th - Featuring Special Guest Poets from Urban Word NYC
2:00PM - Sat, June 18th - Includes Post Show Discussion with Playwright Takeo Rivera


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