She Went to War

March 17 - April 02, 2017 in the Dowling Studio

Show Information

Run Time:
50 minutes, no intermission. There is no late seating or re-entry.

This new work by The Telling Project is an autobiographical performance by four female veterans, all of whom experienced significant combat exposure during their terms in the military. Their stories speak to and for many more women whose roles put them in the line of fire. Join us for this opportunity to understand and acknowledge the distinctive and important roles women have played on the battlefield.

Part of the Level Nine Series, devoted to community dialogue about today’s most significant topics and questions.

This production includes mature content and language.


Tickets in the Dowling Studio are $9. Seating in the Dowling Studio is General Admission.

All prices and performances subject to change.


The Telling Project’s production of She Went to War features two forms of audience engagement:

Post-Play Discussions: Join the artistic team for a 20-minute post-play discussion focusing upon stereotypes of female veterans and upon The Telling Project’s creative process.

Collecting Community Stories: After the show in the Studio lobby, take a moment to join The Telling Project’s storytelling process. Share and record your own stories in one of the Guthrie’s storytelling stations.

March 17: Post-Play Discussion
March 18: Collecting Community Stories
March 19: Collecting Community Stories


ASL Performances
Friday, March 31 at 7:30 p.m.

Audio Described Performances
Friday, March 31 at 7:30 p.m.

Open Captioned Performances

Friday, March 31 at 7:30 p.m.


Jenn Calaway

Gretchen G. Evans


Tabitha Nichols

Racheal Robinson


Director Max Rayneard Lighting Designer Stacey Shade-Ware     
Sound Designer Jonathan Wei  Stage Manager Jane Heer