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The story unfolds as the plays jumps backward and forward between 1968 and 1992. The play starts in the early 1990s with Lisa Miller, a young, ambitious and slightly arrogant female reporter who finds herself stuck as an intern at a local newspaper. At the Glenville Tribune she is assigned to cover the Memorial Day events in Connecticut but the craving for a big break pushes her to look for a new story.
During the course of her investigation, she digs deep into the Vietnam War era. After coming across some controversial evidence, she tries to reveal hidden secrets about a renowned and respected physician Jack Conti who apparently deserted and moved to Canada during the early period of the war. Although her intention is to publically discredit the highly respected doctor, Lisa finds herself getting further entangled in a two-decade old incident between Doctor Jack and the Editor of the Tribune, Peter. The two had been really close childhood friends but after the particular incident, they had never spoken to each other again.
The play revolves around Lisa's efforts to uncover the event so that she can have a grand exposé before the end of summer. Her investigations take a severe emotional toll on Dr. Jack. This is a hard time for Jack's compassionate wife Kay and family-friend Irwin who get really worried about Jack's anxiety attacks. At this point Lisa realizes that when one does not have the expertise to separate truths and rumors, inexperienced efforts can seriously damage lives of others.
The play uses elements of baseball to recapture memories. Dr. Albert Repicci is the author of the play and for him baseball is very significant. It plays an important role in mending friendships and healing wounds. Dr. Albert recalls that this play was started many years ago but kept getting neglected for unforeseen reasons. However, the play is very special for him because it utilizes some amazing recollections from Repicci's childhood. It connects several ideas and covers the years from 1960s to 1990s highlighting the time from the Vietnam War to the Culture Media Wars. Honor Bound reflects on the time the American youth felt media insensitivity and felt that their value systems were being threatened. When the play was finally completed, it became an amazing story of uninhibited ambition, deep guilt and revenge.
The play is a Gemstone Production and has been directed by Josh Iacovelli. Under his skillful direction, the cast and the crew give splendid performances. Josh is well-known for his vast directorial work and as a successful designer. The creative team includes Jennie West as the costume designer and Paul Bourgeois as the production stage manager and the sound manager. A dedicated crew assisted the creative team in the play's execution.
The brilliant cast includes the young and talented Nicole M. Carroll as Lisa. She is joined on stage by Justin R. G. Holcomb as Peter and Ross DeGraw as Jack. Christine Marie Heath gives a splendid performance as Jack's wife Kay, and is supported by Boardwalk Empire star Anthony Laciura who plays the role of Irwin. All the actors have a great chemistry and a compelling stage presence.
Honor Bound opened in May and premiered at the St. Luke's Theatre. Performances will be held at frequent intervals till the play ends, with a grand closing night in the last week of June. The theatre is a small intimate venue that can house around 178 guests. It is an Off-Broadway theatre and is among the few venues that connect to the New York Broadway Theater District. St. Luke's theatre will be featuring all of Honor Bound's performances and promises a nice and comfortable theatre experience. You can get your Honor Bound tickets today to enjoy this wonderful play.