SERGEANT YORK: THE PLAY
THE PLAY IS NOW RUNNING FOR SIX WEEKS AT:
CedarBrook's the HUB student center, 8833 Middlebrook Pike, Knoxville, TN.
April 20 through May 28, 2018 (www.westparkbaptist.org)
Pall Mall, Tennessee –– May 27, 2018 @ 3 pm central time
Ben Atchley Veteran's Home, Knoxville, TN –– May 30, 2018 @ 2 pm
Blount County Library in Maryville, TN –– June 4, 2018 @ 7 pm
Elm Croft Senior Living, Knoxville, TN –– June 5, 2018 @ 6:30 pm
Lincoln Museum on LMU campus, Harrogate, TN –– June 15, 2018 (evening)
Loudon, TN –– July 1, 2018 @ 3 pm
Pall Mall, Tennessee –– July 4, 2018 (time to be determined)
Playwright Lisa Soland has been working on the
since February 2016.
The play is now up and running at
CedarBrook's HUB student center,
8833 Middlebrook Pike in Knoxville, TN.
April 20 - May 28, 2018
Thursday through Saturday nights at 7:30 and Sat. Matinees at 2 pm.
May 28 @ 7:30 pm.
reserve free tickets at www.WestParkBaptist.org
WHAT THEY'RE SAYING ABOUT SERGEANT YORK: THE PLAY...
"Sergeant York: The Play is wonderful. Playwright Lisa Soland has really captured the heart and soul of what my great grandfather, Alvin York, was all about. She’s done extensive research, not only on Sgt. York, but interviews with the family, spending a lot of time in Pall Mall, getting to know the culture and the family and the story about the man behind the medals. This play captures Sgt. York's loyalty to God and country, and his service to the community. It's simply a wonderful play."
– Deborah York, Executive Director of the Sergeant York Patriotic Foundation
and great granddaughter of Alvin York
"If you have the opportunity, you really should check out Sergeant York: The Play.It's incredibly historically accurate, and true to the essence of Sgt. York's story. Seeing this play is a great opportunity to learn more about a true American hero."
– Joshua Waggener, Sgt. Alvin C. York State Park Manager
“Lisa Soland's wonderful new play tells the story of WWI war hero Alvin York. The play is full of folksy humor and wisdom as Sgt. York recounts his life from his boyhood on a poor Tennessee farm to his hard-drinking days and eventually the rediscovery of his faith. It was this faith that caused him much anguish when called to war, but he became America's greatest war hero though he never saw himself as such. Sergeant York: The Play is always entertaining, but is also a powerful statement on the nature of war and the power of faith.”
–– Peter Colley, Playwright/Screenwriter/Librettist
"Sergeant York: The Play is real good. A lot of that stuff the character of Alvin said in the play, I heard Daddy say all the time.”
–– Andrew Jackson York, son of Alvin York