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The Buffalo Hero of World War I

From 14 member  reviews
Members say: Ambitious, Relevant, Disappointing, Absorbing, Resonant

About the show

This new play tells the heroic story of African American solider Pvt. Wayne Miner, who valiantly volunteered to take artillery to the front line during WWI when fellow soldiers refused. More…

Wayne Miner lived up to the Buffalo Soldier creed of "Deeds Not Words." Breaking the chains of fear and death and guided by his mother's spirit, he took his charge in a heroic effort to make America and the world free.

Member Reviews (14)


Ambitious, Relevant, Disappointing, Absorbing, Resonant

Disappointing, Cliched, Excruciating, Slow, Absorbing

See it if You want to see an important story, told by a mostly African American cast.

Don't see it if You want to see any talent on stage. Everything falls short: the acting, sets, lighting, script and costumes.

Also As poor a production as this was and trust was bad...I found m... Read more Read less

Historically important topic, Poor writing, Disappointing

See it if you know nothing about the historic of African Americans serving in the armed forces in the twentieth century or the Buffalo Soldiers.

Don't see it if even in a workshop you need a well written show that you think can be rescued with some tweaking, rewriting and refinefinement.

Also Although the acting is extremely amaturist, the rating is strictly bas... Read more Read less

Overrated, Excruciating, Disappointing, Ambitious

See it if An important untold story about an African-American WWWI hero

Don't see it if The play was poorly written and executed.

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