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  • Barton Field
    7:30 pm
    01/23/2020-01/26/2020

    By John Ammerman

    The Refuge Theatre

    1. The Civil War has just ended and Clara Barton finds herself digging

    the grave of an unknown soldier at Andersonville POW Prison in Georgia.

    Commissioned to establish a national cemetery on the site, Barton relays

    the atrocities of America’s devastating Civil War while also sharing the

    personal struggles, humiliations, and triumphs of a fiercely independent woman

    in the 19th century while suppressed under the shackles of

    a male dominated society—and rising above the oppression with compassion,

    duty, and perseverance to eventually become the founder of the American Red Cross.

    Starring Kathleen McManus and directed by Elisa Lloyd Carlson.

    7:30 pm

    Tickets available HERE

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  • Barton Field
    7:30 pm
    01/24/2020-01/26/2020

    By John Ammerman

    The Refuge Theatre

    1. The Civil War has just ended and Clara Barton finds herself digging

    the grave of an unknown soldier at Andersonville POW Prison in Georgia.

    Commissioned to establish a national cemetery on the site, Barton relays

    the atrocities of America’s devastating Civil War while also sharing the

    personal struggles, humiliations, and triumphs of a fiercely independent woman

    in the 19th century while suppressed under the shackles of

    a male dominated society—and rising above the oppression with compassion,

    duty, and perseverance to eventually become the founder of the American Red Cross.

    Starring Kathleen McManus and directed by Elisa Lloyd Carlson.

    7:30 pm

    Tickets available HERE

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  • Barton Field
    7:30 pm
    01/25/2020-01/26/2020

    By John Ammerman

    The Refuge Theatre

    1. The Civil War has just ended and Clara Barton finds herself digging

    the grave of an unknown soldier at Andersonville POW Prison in Georgia.

    Commissioned to establish a national cemetery on the site, Barton relays

    the atrocities of America’s devastating Civil War while also sharing the

    personal struggles, humiliations, and triumphs of a fiercely independent woman

    in the 19th century while suppressed under the shackles of

    a male dominated society—and rising above the oppression with compassion,

    duty, and perseverance to eventually become the founder of the American Red Cross.

    Starring Kathleen McManus and directed by Elisa Lloyd Carlson.

    7:30 pm

    Tickets available HERE

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  • Barton Field
    7:30 pm
    01/26/2020-01/26/2020

    By John Ammerman

    The Refuge Theatre

    1. The Civil War has just ended and Clara Barton finds herself digging

    the grave of an unknown soldier at Andersonville POW Prison in Georgia.

    Commissioned to establish a national cemetery on the site, Barton relays

    the atrocities of America’s devastating Civil War while also sharing the

    personal struggles, humiliations, and triumphs of a fiercely independent woman

    in the 19th century while suppressed under the shackles of

    a male dominated society—and rising above the oppression with compassion,

    duty, and perseverance to eventually become the founder of the American Red Cross.

    Starring Kathleen McManus and directed by Elisa Lloyd Carlson.

    7:30 pm

    Tickets available HERE

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  • Barton Field
    7:30 pm
    01/29/2020-02/01/2020

    1105 Euclid Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

    1105 Euclid Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

    By John Ammerman

    The Refuge Theatre

    1. The Civil War has just ended and Clara Barton finds herself digging

    the grave of an unknown soldier at Andersonville POW Prison in Georgia.

    Commissioned to establish a national cemetery on the site, Barton relays

    the atrocities of America’s devastating Civil War while also sharing the

    personal struggles, humiliations, and triumphs of a fiercely independent woman

    in the 19th century while suppressed under the shackles of

    a male dominated society—and rising above the oppression with compassion,

    duty, and perseverance to eventually become the founder of the American Red Cross.

    Starring Kathleen McManus and directed by Elisa Lloyd Carlson.

    7:30 pm

    Tickets available HERE

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  • Barton Field
    7:30 pm
    01/30/2020-02/01/2020

    1105 Euclid Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

    1105 Euclid Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

    By John Ammerman

    The Refuge Theatre

    1. The Civil War has just ended and Clara Barton finds herself digging

    the grave of an unknown soldier at Andersonville POW Prison in Georgia.

    Commissioned to establish a national cemetery on the site, Barton relays

    the atrocities of America’s devastating Civil War while also sharing the

    personal struggles, humiliations, and triumphs of a fiercely independent woman

    in the 19th century while suppressed under the shackles of

    a male dominated society—and rising above the oppression with compassion,

    duty, and perseverance to eventually become the founder of the American Red Cross.

    Starring Kathleen McManus and directed by Elisa Lloyd Carlson.

    7:30 pm

    Tickets available HERE

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  • Barton Field
    7:30 pm
    01/31/2020-02/01/2020

    1105 Euclid Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

    1105 Euclid Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

    By John Ammerman

    The Refuge Theatre

    1. The Civil War has just ended and Clara Barton finds herself digging

    the grave of an unknown soldier at Andersonville POW Prison in Georgia.

    Commissioned to establish a national cemetery on the site, Barton relays

    the atrocities of America’s devastating Civil War while also sharing the

    personal struggles, humiliations, and triumphs of a fiercely independent woman

    in the 19th century while suppressed under the shackles of

    a male dominated society—and rising above the oppression with compassion,

    duty, and perseverance to eventually become the founder of the American Red Cross.

    Starring Kathleen McManus and directed by Elisa Lloyd Carlson.

    7:30 pm

    Tickets available HERE

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