Ends Feb 11

One Nation, One Mission, One Promise

Members say: Banal, Indulgent, Unwatchable, Excruciating, Disappointing
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This new drama combines poetry, traditional story-telling, and uplifting quotes to bring alive the struggles and triumphs of America's diverse heroines and heroes.

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In 'One Nation, One Mission, One Promise' the past and the present come together to bring alive characters from all walks of life and celebrate American diversity. It explores how, despite our country's deep divisions, there are so many different ways that we are united as one. A diverse cast portrays many of the most influential figures in American history.

 
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$50 Nation
$42 Mission
$34 Promise


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$42 for Tier 2 Front (reg. $52)

$34 for Tier 2 Rear (reg. $42)

$20 Student Tickets (in person, with Student ID only)

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Indulgent, Banal, Insipid, Unwatchable

See it if Honestly I really wish I could find a reason to see this show. It has a $50+ ticket price and there's nothing rewarding or theatrical.

Don't see it if It's bad docutheater at best. There is no acting or direction. No set. No story. Just words and pictures that lead us nowhere.

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Banal, Disappointing, Excruciating, Cliched

See it if You like cliched preachy historical poetry told by a group of actors that try valiantly but cannot overcome the trite material.

Don't see it if The direction is cringe worthy and there is no cohesive plot. This would have made a better 10 minute movie at a historical museum.