“Re: Union” is Completely Compelling

Completely compelling, Re:Union pulls you into a little known story about a well known topic -- the Vietnam War. The play, produced by Horseshoes and Hand Grenades Theatre, is a captivating journey of discovery and truth. In October of 2001, Emily Morrison (Alexa Devine) travels to Washington, DC to confront Robert McNamara (Andrew Wheeler), US … Continue reading “Re: Union” is Completely Compelling

“Re:Union” Compels its Audience to Think

Writer-director Sean Devine has brought a piece to the Magnetic North Theatre Festival that compels the audience to think. Set in America in 1965 and post-9/11, Re:Union explores, in a semi-fictionalized fashion, the true story of Quaker Norman Morrison (Brad Long) through the eyes of his daughter Emily (Alex Devine) and the former Secretary of … Continue reading “Re:Union” Compels its Audience to Think