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Vietnam 101: The War on Campus is a documentary theater piece about one college community’s journey during the Vietnam War years. Based on recollections of over 100 students at Oberlin College in Ohio, the play recreates a time when people were asking the same questions that are being asked today about our government and our responsibilities. Combining monologues with Story Theater-type scenes, the play covers the years 1964 to 1970, from Lyndon Johnson’s promise not to expand the war (and early, well-behaved protests) to Kent State (when the entire campus shut down), and finally an epilogue from the present.
Performances on the Clarke Center Stage at Mitchell College
Mature themes; not suitable for young audiences.
The show will NOT be recorded for distribution.
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Mitchell College and Thames at Mitchell Students – $5
Mitchell College Faculty and Staff – $8
Mitchell College Alumni – $8
Seniors 65+ – $10
General Public – $15
Live-stream access – $20
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