returns in December to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Christmas Truce of 1914!
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The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council has just awarded us a pair of grants in support of our 2014 production of In Fields Where They Lay!
This exciting news comes on the heels of our triumphant reading of the play at Judson Memorial Church on January 15h, where our audience turnout was double the legal limit of our planned venue, forcing a last minute relocation into the Church Sanctuary!
With your help, we can keep the good news coming. If you agree with us that it’s important to tell the story of In Fields Where They Lay in 2014 to commemorate the centennial of the Christmas Truce, help make that happen by contributing today.
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Originally developed and presented by Dreamscape in 2009, In Fields Where They Lay is a play with music that tells the incredible true story of the World War I Christmas Truce: a spontaneous ceasefire between German and British soldiers that began with the singing of carols across No Man’s Land on the night of December 24th, 1914.
In Fields Where They Lay returns to the stage this Decemeber to coincide with the 100th anniversary of this incredible event.
Blending powerful storytelling with the letters and diaries of actual soldiers, In Fields Where They Lay allows audiences to experience a Christmas story like no other, through the eyes of the men who lived it.