Left Behind

No soldier gets left behind but when World War Two flying ace, Charley Fox is tasked with mentoring a young Afghan war vet he realizes there is more than one way war can hold on to a soldier, and he is reminded, that sometimes the toughest part of war is coming home.

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              Left Behind

              See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2019/05/left-behind-2/ for details.

              Location: Good Foundation Theatre

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                Left Behind

                See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2019/05/left-behind-2/ for details.

                Location: Good Foundation Theatre

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                  Left Behind

                  See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2019/05/left-behind-2/ for details.

                  Location: Good Foundation Theatre

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                    Left Behind

                    See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2019/05/left-behind-2/ for details.

                    Location: Good Foundation Theatre

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                      Left Behind

                      See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2019/05/left-behind-2/ for details.

                      Location: Good Foundation Theatre

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                      Left Behind

                      See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2019/05/left-behind-2/ for details.

                      Location: Good Foundation Theatre

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                  4 thoughts on “Left Behind”

                  1. Eric Trudell
                    Reviewer
                    says:

                    As most war stories go, we get to see the side of the fight. We see the blood and the action. There is why Left Behind is unlike most war stories.

                    The three-player show takes the audience on an introspective journey through the behind-the-scenes happenings of war, both modern and historical. You see what happens to a soldier after he dies, and learn his entire life story within an hour. The acting is powerful, especially considering a script of dialogue that doesn’t always feel like something anyone would actually say. But it is not a stretch to say that this show moved people to tears. Through flashbacks to war and the lives of soldiers at home, there is no shortage of moments to make you question your own morality.

                    Left Behind is tragic. Left Behind is something that we hardly get to see. It is a conversation about war, told from the sidelines. It is a conversation we all need to have. But most importantly, Left Behind is a way to remind us what it feels like to be human.

                    ****

                  2. This was the perfect dose of real life tragedy I wanted to kick off my fringe with! Thank you for bringing this work home to London and for sharing these stories. Wow!

                  3. Shelley Carr
                    Reviewer
                    says:

                    This was a lovely story that brought me to tears. Thanks for presenting at Fringe!

                    ****

                  4. I’ve always liked Trina’s writing and she hasn’t disappointed with Left Behind. This story is powerful and worth the ticket. See it.

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