The Andersonville Trial: Play in Two Acts
National Theatre, Lee Guber, Frank Ford, Shelly Gross present Brian Donlevy, Martin Brooks in "The Andersonville Trial," by Saul Levitt, with Sam Gray, Owen Pavitt, Jerome Dempsey, Richard Durham, Charles Durning, Donald Hotten, David C. Jones, Sam Kressen, Roy Monsell, Brad Sullivan, directed by Jedediah Horner, costumes and scenery by Will Steven Armstrong, lighting by Lester Tapper.
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Review: The Andersonville TrialUser Review - Chamandeep Bains - Goodreads
Timeless piece. Although about the Civil War, it raises questions that arise in every war, every loyalty to kin, country etc. A verdict of a man thrown between his conscience and his allegiance...A ... Read full review
Review: The Andersonville TrialUser Review - Fred D - Goodreads
I read this for an English class in 9th grade. Really powerful. Quite horrific, reading about what conditions were like at Andersonville. They say history is written by the victors. This play does a great job of driving home that point. Read full review