Infinite Variety Productions present an audio-version of the award-winning play, IN THEIR FOOTSTEPS


In honor of Veteran’s Day, Infinite Variety Productions invites you to listen and learn. Ashley Adelman’s compelling play, “In Their Footsteps” has been reworked into an audio drama and will be presented, November 9 – 11. join us November 9th, 10th, and 11th, online. Three nights of storytelling, discussion, celebration, and remembrance of our Vietnam War era vets.

Your registration grants you:  
–One week early ACCESS to the finished radio play;
–ACCESS to the Zoom Webinar to see the company recording the radio play
–ACCESS to the panel discussion following your chosen video viewing, all featuring different panelists with unique experiences related to the Vietnam War
–ACCESS to the Discussion Panels on Nov. 9, 10, and 11 (Guests TBA)
–Tickets to more than one talkback evening are available. A confirmation email will accompany your registration with directions on how to do so.
–ALL TICKETS ARE FREE. We hope you weill make a donation of whatever you can to the company so we might be able to continue bringing you such events as this Vertain’s Commemoration and Discussion. Purchase tickets at: ivp.simpletix.com/e/60009

IN THEIR FOOTSTEPS by Ashley Adelman is directed by Ashley Adelman & Andrew Dunn; with technical direction provided by Andrew Dunn and produced by Kelly Teaford. The voice actors include Chrystal Bethell, Kate Szekely, Caroline Peters, Criena House, Niki Hatzidis, with  Jessica Schecter and Andrew Dunn

For further information:
PRESS: jmcommnet@gmail.com
THE PLAY: kellyteaford@gmail.com

About In Their Footsteps:
Since its premiere in 2016, the play, which explores the stories of five American women who served in Vietnam during the Vietnam War, has been performed at The Kraine Theatre, Under St. Marks, 59E59 Theatres, and other locations around New York City, as well as The Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland and the Borderlight Fringe Festival in Cleveland, Ohio. It has been called “moving”, “astonishing”, “relevant”, “unmissable”, and “a celebration of real women in a messy and complicated war” by reviewers at Onstage Blog, Theater Pizazz, The Reviews Hub, and The Sunday Post. Now, it is being transformed, for the first time ever, into a radio play.

The cast recorded all of their audio parts separately because of the coronavirus pandemic. These separate recordings were masterfully edited together by our Technical Director, Andrew Dunn, into the radio play you will receive if you buy a ticket for this event. Then, with social distancing and other safety measures in place, the actors came together to record one final video recording of the full play, start to finish, with no stops, experiencing each other’s collective energy for the first time. At the launch of our radio play, we will also present this final recording to you: mistakes and all, because we believe community is a treasure to witness, especially during this current time of isolation. After experiencing the video recording, you will be treated to a panel discussion, with a different group of panelists each night, so that you can hear more and different stories from the Vietnam War, ask questions of the panelists, and participate in open, vibrant discussion about the war then and war now.

Infinite Variety Productions is a New York State registered not for profit organization dedicated to spotlighting women who have gone unnoticed throughout history and demanding awareness of women’s roles in historical and current events. To view our production history or to learn more about us, check out our website: https://www.infinitevarietynyc.org/

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