Show History

Civil War Voices Selected Production History

1. March, 2008. Doane College, Crete, Nebraska. 10 cast members, piano accompaniment.

2. March, 2008.  Auburn, Alabama. Museum of East Alabama. 5 cast members, piano accompaniment.

3. February, 2009.  Lied Center for the Performing Arts, University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus. 18 cast members, 6 piece orchestra. Winner of Mayor's Arts Award for Artistic Achievement in Performing Arts.

4. February, 2009. Historic Fox Theater, McCook, NE. 18 cast members, 6 piece orchestra.

5. October, 2009. Nebraska State Capitol, Lincoln, NE. 5 cast members, piano accompaniment.

6. May 24, 2010. New York City. Industry staged reading. 10 cast members, 3 person orchestra.

7. July 2, 2010.  Gettysburg, PA. Annual Conference of the Civil War Institute. 5 cast members, piano accompaniment.

8. July 24-31, 2010. Midtown International Theatre Festival.  June Havoc Theater, 312 West 36th St, New York. Winner of MITF Awards, including Best Production of a Musical. Equity cast.

9. February 11-April 16, 2011. Barter Theatre. Abingdon, VA. Equity cast.

10. April 8-12, 2011. Memminger Auditorium. Charleston, SC. Equity cast.

11. October 13-15, 2012. York Theatre Reading Series. New York City, NY

12. January 18-20, 2013. Savannah Theater. Savannah, GA.

13.  March 2013, Goldsboro College, Goldsboro, NC.

14.  March 2014, University Club, 1 West 54th Street, New York City, NY, New York Equity Cast.

15. National Arts Club, New York City. Equity Cast.

16.  April 2015, Orlando Repertory Theater, Orlando, FL, Dr. Phillips Center for the Arts. Equity Cast.

17.  September 2015, Omaha Community Playhouse, Omaha, NE.

18.   February 2016, Haymarket Theatre, Lincoln, NE.

19.   June 2017, Gretna Theatre, Mt. Gretna, PA. Equity Cast.

20.   July 2017, Gettysburg Community Playhouse, Gettysburg, PA.

22.   November 2018, Lied Center, Arts Across Nebraska Tour

23.   April, May 2019, Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

24.   February 2020 Cicley Tyson School of Performing Arts, East Orange, New Jersey 

2011 Civil War Voices National Tour Schedule


City, State


Sept. 29

Mountain City, TN

Heritage Hall

October 1

Ben Hur, VA

Lee County High School

October 2

Pound, VA

The Performing Arts Center

October 3

Pound, VA

The Performing Arts Center

October 3

Clintwood, VA

Jettie Baker Center

October 5

Newberry, SC

Newberry Opera House

October 6

Florence, AL

Norton Auditorium

October 7

Talladega, AL

Ritz Theater

October 9

Brewton, AL

JDCC Woodfin Patterson Aud.

October 11

Pembroke, NC

UNC at Pembroke - Givens Performing Arts Center

October 12

Athens, GA

The Classic Center Performing Arts

October 13

Opelika, AL

Opelika Center for the Perf. Arts

October 14

Opelika, AL

Opelika Center for the Perf. Arts

October 15

Somerset, KY

Lakeland Performing Arts

October 17

Paducah, KY

The Carson Center

October 18

Decatur, AL

Princess Theatre for the Performing Arts

October 20

Hazard, KY

The Forum in the Hal Rogers Center

October 24

Sandusky, OH

The Lange Trust of Sandusky Library

October 25

Bradford, PA

Bromeley Family Theater

October 26

Bradford, PA

Bromeley Family Theater

October 28

New Bedford, MA

The Zeiterion Theatre

October 30

Monmouth, NJ

Pollak Theatre

November 1

Frankfort, KY

Frankfort's Center for the Arts

November 2

Vienna, VA

Wolf Trap Theatre

November 3

Blacksburg, VA

The Lyric Theatre

November 4

Charlottesville, VA

The Paramount

November 5

Morganton, NC

City of Morganton-Municipal Auditorium

November 6

Greeneville, TN

Niswonger Performing Arts Center





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