The American Soldier
In 85 minutes, Taurel enters the personas of eight soldiers and four military family members. He performs as men,
women, and children. It exposes their scars with both darkness and humor. Taurel transports the audience to the
jungles of Vietnam, to the freezing fields of Valley Forge, a father in the wake of his soldier son's suicide, a soldier
dealing with the loss of his limb, the kitchen of a shell-shocked World War II veteran, a wife, and son coping with a
deployed father's absence; a grieving mother remembering her son at the Vietnam Memorial Wall and a female
combat veteran sharing her experience at war. Learn more here: https://www.theamericansoldiersoloshow.com/
- BROADWAY WORLD
“A powerful one-man show that honors our Veterans and their families.”
- PETER MARKS,
THE WASHINGTON POST
A relevant drama... many are in tears and asking why this play isn’t better known.
- THE HUFFINGTON POST
Flawless and powerful.