Army

August 22, 2014

Soldier Show comes to Sierra Vista next week

Scout reports

Members of the U.S. Army Soldier Show perform at Abram’s Theater, Fort Leonard Wood, MO, July 31.

The 2014 production of the Soldier Show hits town next week.

The public is invited to attend this live show at the Buena High School Performing Arts Theater on Tuesday and Wednesday at 7 p.m. at 5225 Buena School Blvd., Sierra Vista. The show is free and no tickets are necessary. Seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

This year’s production, “Stand Strong,” explores the foundational elements of what it is that instills the strength and character of performing Soldiers and the Army.

While performing current chart topping hits, the show will address messages about sexual harassment, suicide and death.

As in the past, the all-Soldier cast and crew were selected to exemplify the Army Values of loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, honor, integrity and personal courage.

U.S. Army Installation Management Command show organizers selected 19 cast and 2 crewmembers to deliver the “Stand Strong” theme.

Army Entertainment, a division of Installation Management Command’s G9 Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Programs, made the selections through a weeklong process including live auditions, full military screening and fitness testing.

The Soldier Show is a completely self-contained touring operation where the cast and crew travel to selected Army garrison locations, load-in and set-up for the show and then entertain all comers, both Soldier and Civilian. After the show, the same cast and crew have the responsibility to break down and load-out for the next show.

Find out more about the U.S. Army Soldier Show at www.armymwr.com/recleisure/entertainment/soldiershow/. For information about U.S. Army Entertainment activities, go to www.ArmyEntertainment.net.




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