Several World War I British officers in the trenches in St. Quentin, France, prepare for an upcoming attack. More…
This 1928 acclaimed drama is inspired by a true story of friendship and survival. Based on playwright R.C. Sherriff's experiences in World War I, Journey's End, with its humor, heroism, and humanity, is as powerful and timely now as ever.
See it if You're keen on plays about war.
Don't see it if You don't want to pay for good orchestra seats -- the play is very dimly lit and it's difficult to see.
See it if You like historical drama, something that will rip your heart out, and fantastic acting. Sands, Dancy, and Gaines were wonderful. Classic.
Don't see it if You don't want to hear about war. But really, I saw it 3 times. And I only do that with certain shows.