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    Last Out-Elegy of a Green Beret, a play produced by The Heroes Journey

  • Dates:
    5/24/2019, 5/25/2019
  • Admission:
    $30, $20 for Veterans and families with code VETERAN
  • Location:
    Ernst Community Cultural Center, Northern Virginia Community College
  • Address:
    8430 Center Drive, Annandale, VA 22003
  • Phone:
    (301) 651-9106

Last Out—Elegy of a Green Beret, a play written and performed by Ret. Lt. Col. Scott Mann, tells the story of Army Green Beret Danny Patton’s battles that range from tribal Afghanistan to his own living room. Scott Mann is the founder of The Heroes Journey, a non-profit dedicated to helping veterans heal from the scars of war by finding their voice and telling their story.
Taking two years to complete, LAST OUT is based on true stories of modern war told from a downrange and home-front perspective. With a cast made up entirely of veterans and their family members, LAST OUT is a theatrical experience intended to help civilians better understand the cost of combat to our veterans and their families, and to help warriors utilize the power of story to let go of their pain, healing the wounds of war.