WAW_Freesheet1Women at War is a collection of interviews with members of the FET, asking the central question: what happens when women go to
combat? Using interview text, music, and movement, Women at War examines how women impact the future of military engagement.

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Women at War premiered  at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2017 to great acclaim from critics and audiences alike:

“The play doesn’t shy away from asking questions it can’t answer.” –Amnesty International

★★★★ A harrowing account.” –British Theatre Guide

“…cuts to the heart of the irony of American military women serving in Afghanistan.” –New York Theatre Wire

“Pick of the Fringe” –Theatre Weekly

“Powerful, honest show that really makes you think about what it means to be a woman at war. Great performance by an actor who really gives everything.” –Audience Review, EdFringe.com

“This is a serious and dramatic one woman show, with a very good point to make. Rebecca Johannsen is fully committed to her role and holds your attention throughout. Drama pick.” –Audience Review, EdFringe.com

“Very powerful.This is the sort of show that reminds me why I come to the Fringe every year.”–Audience Review, EdFringe.com

“Powerful, honest show that really makes you think about what it means to be a woman at war. Great performance by an actor who really gives everything.”–Audience Review, EdFringe.com

“Rebecca Johannsen found a very effective and honest way to tackle the subject of women and war… Johannsen’s performance is powerful and moving. The show asks many difficult questions and doesn’t provide easy answers, instead it makes the audience think of these questions during and after the show.” –Audience Review, EdFringe.com

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