After six years in the army, Wolfert found himself at a performance of Richard III
that changed his life forever. In Cry Havoc,
the writer and performer examines his own experiences pre and post-service, using lines from some of Shakespeare’s most famous speeches.
Through his own personal insights as he explores our societal neurosis of war, and questions, is there room for improvement in the way in which we reintegrate our Vets back into society? The military recruits citizens and trains them to kill, but what does the ’de-cruit’ process look like? How do we re-learn to live together?
Written and starring Stephen Wolfert
Directed by Eric Tucker$10 TICKETS FOR VETERANS AVAILABLE FOR EVERY PERFORMANCEBedlam.org