In 2005 and 2006, Damon conducted interviews with U.S. veterans of the War in Iraq to write a book that […]
Why post something that happened three years ago?
In the first place, we never saw this before.
In the second place, actor Garrett Hendricks helped develop “Shock & Awe.” He’s a friend and an excellent artist, and you’ll like what he does with this role.
Thirdly, and most important by far: the problems faced by U.S. veterans returning from deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan continue to weigh heavily on the American spirit.
And what’s being done about it? Not nearly enough.
Talk about a great honor. I was recently contacted again byÂ John Churcher from Massachusetts. You may recall that John’s beenÂ who’s […]
Artist Emily PrinceÂ has a show going on at London’s Saatchi Gallery called Â American Servicemen and Women Who Have Died […]
This probably should have been discussed a while back. Better late than never, I guess. Last June, I was walking […]
Congratulations to myÂ friend Garrett Hendricks for winning the January 2010 Manhattan Monologue Slam using a piece from my playÂ Shock & […]
Talk about a great honor. I was recently contacted by a man named John Churcher from Massachusetts, who’s working to […]