JOHN FISHER - A HISTORY OF WORLD WAR II: THE D-DAY INVASION TO THE FALL OF BERLIN
World War II from the Allied invasion of Normandy to the fall of Berlin. Live! Onstage!
John Fisher brings you World War II from the Allied invasion of Normandy to the Fall of Berlin. Live! Onstage! He also provides useful information about the best books on the subject, the cutest generals who fought the battles, and the hottest actors who played them in the movies. The show demonstrates how WW II can bring you out of yourself and your own anxieties.
John Fisher (Author/Performer) is the recipient of six Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Awards and is the only two-time winner of Will Glickman Award for playwriting ("Medea, the Musical" and "Combat!"), given by the Bay Areas major critics. He recently appeared in New York City at the United Solo Festival in his one-man show "A History of World War II," for which he won the Best Actor Award in 2017 and made an encore appearance in the 2018 Festival. Other awards include two Cable Car Awards for Best Theatre, the GLAAD Media Award, the LA Weekly Award for Best Production, and the BackStage Garland Award. www.JohnFisher.biz
Best Actor Award, United Solo Festival 2017
GLAAD Media Award Winner
"Fisher has talent to burn!" (Dennis Harvey, Variety)
"Fisher's plays bristle with wit, intelligence, and a wonderfully developed theatrical instinct." (Steve Winn, San Francisco Chronicle)
Photo: Lisa Keating
Poster: Design by David Wilson/Photo by Paul Tena
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THE HOUSE OPENS ONE HOUR BEFORE THE SHOW. SEATING IS FIRST COME FIRST SERVED.
Late arrivals will be seated at management's discretion.
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