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    After the Storm

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    The largest ammunition accident since Vietnam sparks this unusual coming-of-age saga: the true story of a young woman caught between the bureaucratic machine that aims to destroy her and the desperate need to reclaim her sense of self. Written and performed by Heather Grayson, After the Storm is under the direction of Tessa Leigh Derfner, with lights by Frank Dendanto III, and set by Jeremy Chernick. Heather Grayson was a young, naive college student when the United States sent her to fight in the Gulf War. She had unusual smarts, a steel will and an all-American ambition to succeed. After the Storm is one woman's story of high hopes, shocking betrayal, and a struggle for identity which sheds light on America's recent, undiscussed history. Heather Grayson allows us to hear a woman soldier's point of view, courageously sharing her military coming of age experience, her disillusionment with the system and her private battles with our nation's largest military service.

    Dates:  Oct. 3, 2001 - Oct. 13, 2001
    Schedule:  Wed.-Sun. 8 p.m., plus Sat.-Sun 3 p.m.
    Venue:  Access Theatre, 380 Broadway at White St.
    Price:  $15
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    Tickets/info:  212-591-0179

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