Saratoga County Veterans Peer to Peer Presents CRY HAVOC
After six years in the Army and battling PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Wolfert hopped off an
Amtrak deep in the mountains of Montana, wandered into a theatre and saw Shakespeare's Richard
III. Wolfert was so moved that he left the Army and went to graduate school to become a classical
actor. Twenty years later Wolfert relives his odyssey by seamlessly interweaving his story with the
speeches of William Shakespeare's veterans in CRY HAVOC.
CRY HAVOC dramatizes our national crises of how men and women are recruited at a
psychologically malleable age and then "wired for war" but at the end of their military service they are
not "un-wired from war" or rewired for society.
Wolfert is a tour de force in this seventy-five minute solo-show. And CRY HAVOC is a vital, thoughtprovoking,
gut-wrenching and shockingly funny evening of finely crafted theater.
This event is free and open to the public, however, tickets are required due to limited space. There will also be Veteran produced art on display.
If you are interested in a Veteran only workshop in the afternoon run by Mr Wolfert, please contact the Peer to Peer office for more information. (518) 884-4999
Universal Preservation Hall (View)
25 Washington Street
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
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