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Closed December 30, 2018

Relatively simple in its staging with only ten men, and a sincerely affecting music-theater work that resonates with beautiful singing, All Is Calm suggests how essential humanity can triumph

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Why See All Is Calm?

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A Moving Ode To Peace

All is Calm brings one of the most extraordinary moments of WW1 to the stage, in a show that is quickly becoming a Holiday tradition for theaters across the country. Written and directed by Peter Rothstein, it tells the story of the Christmas Day truce of 1914, when soldiers from both sides left their trenches and met in No Man's Land, exchanging stories, carols and food, and even playing games of soccer.

Blending together accounts from soldiers who were there, and musical arrangements of festive favorites by Erick Lichte and Timothy C. Takach, All is Calm is a moving ode to peace and a welcome change of pace from more bombastic seasonal shows.

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Opening night: 9 November 2018

Cast and Creative


Written & Directed by Peter Rothstein
Musical Arrangements by Erick Lichte & Timothy C. Takach
Produced by Laura Little Theatricals

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Gael Gardner: “all is calm is magnificent”

This is a beautiful and memorable piece of history and piece of memorable... more

Roger: “All is calm”

Saw this tonight. Intimate environment and a first class performance.... more

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