“A Few Good Men,” the play upon which the Academy Award-nominated film is based, is about a team of lawyers who uncover a high-level conspiracy covered up in the name of patriotism.
This searing drama runs May 3rd to May 22nd.
BRT Producing Director Ken Kaissar directs this show that opens on Thursday, May 5th.
“We’re doing this play right now to remind our audiences that as Americans we should agree more than we disagree,” said Kaissar. “And the issues currently tearing up our country are minor compared to the beliefs and virtues that keep us together. So I’m hoping this play will have something of a healing quality.”
“This play really spoke to us in a moment of division,” said Kaissar. “We can’t seem to agree on anything these days, and that really saddens me. This play is about values that I think all Americans should share like truth, justice, service to the country, defense. People on both sides of the aisle should be able to agree that our country is built on these virtues.”
Tickets start at $43, with discounts available for students and military.
A limited number of $10 tickets are available for Bristol Township residents courtesy of Flager & Associates, PC.
As always, Bristol Borough residents can receive $5 tickets for preview performances.
Audience members must show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test (PCR or Antigen) taken within 48 hours of the performance start time.
Masks will be optional. For tickets and complete health protocols, visit brtstage.org or call 215-785-0100.