As American Sniper so recently reminded us, war doesn’t always end when men and women come home from the battlefield. Shattered minds, post-traumatic stress disorder, emotional torment that engulfs families can cause ongoing damage in the lives of those who fought and those who love them.
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lanford Wilson explored the ripple effects of war in his last play to be produced on Broadway, 1993’s Redwood Curtain. Fort Lauderdale’s Primal Forces has mounted a new production of the show, the last in a season devoted to works examining the impact of 1960s and ‘...
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