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The journey of an Army Medic combat vet
BENT COMPASS is a solo play based on transcribed interviews with an Army Medic about his deployment in Iraq in 2006-07.
Category: Solo Performance
Tags: war, PTSD, recovery
Rating: R (17+)
Venue: Art Academy – Room 103 (A103)
Run Time: 53 Minutes
Neil Brookshire is an actor, writer, and visual artist. He earned a BA from Boise State University and an MFA in Acting from Northern Illinois University. He lives in Wisconsin.
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This performance is part of the Cincinnati Fringe Festival! More than 177 performances of all kinds will take place between June 3 and June 18 - find the full schedule at cincyfringe.com
1212 Jackson Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
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