CANCELLED: CHURCHILL - A One-Man Play
Written and Performed by Andrew Edlin
CHURCHILL - A One-Man Play scheduled for May 15 and 16, 2020 has been cancelled.
Ticket holders will be contacted via phone or email. All refunds will be provided at the point of purchase. All credit or debit card purchased through the Washington Pavilion Box Office (via www.washingtonpavilion.org or by phone) will be refunded automatically. Cash purchasers will receive a check refund by mail.
For any questions or concerns, please contact the Washington Pavilion Box Office at 605-367-6000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Big Ben strikes 10, and the first of many overhead images and a BBC radio broadcast, set the scene that Sir Winston Churchill, aged 80, is pondering in his bunker ‘to go or not to go’ as Prime Minister. Churchill is very skeptical of his successor Anthony Eden – ‘he’s too nice’ – and somewhat of President Eisenhower – ‘Ike doesn’t get it’.
Andrew Edlin is best known for his portrayal of Sir Winston Churchill in the play CHURCHILL, which he authored. The most frequent and compelling response from audiences to this one man play is “I was inspired.”
Suitable for all ages.
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Programs, dates, times and prices subject to change. All attendees regardless of age must purchase a ticket unless otherwise noted.