by Bruce Bonafede

It is the near-future and America is in the midst of civil war. Christian fundamentalists have won control of the federal government, banned all other religions, and rewritten the Constitution, doing away with the Bill of Rights. As a result, some units of the U.S. military are in revolt. As the war rages, an Army patrol fighting in the Rocky Mountains is forced to take refuge in a remote cabin now owned by a former college professor who wants only to be left alone. Their discovery of an impending attack on their base, and the capture of a devout Christian soldier, causes the patrol to be caught between its mission and difficult moral decisions.

  • Cast Size: 4M 2F 1M(voice only)
  • Running Time: 90+ minutes
  • Royalty Rate: $75 per performance

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About the Playwright

Bruce Bonafede is an American playwright. His plays have been seen nationwide and in Canada, Europe, and Australia. Plays include Advice to the Players (Heideman Award, Humana Festival, Actors Theatre of Louisville), Crusade, Ellie, The Desert of Love, NorthMadeline, War Island and Eyeless in Colonus. His short plays have been included four times in national “Best of” anthologies. He is based in Palm Springs, California and is a Lifetime Member of the Dramatists Guild.

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