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D&I at Nite - Bond - Reception Only
02 May 2019
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Please join NAAAP-KC and MIG (Hallmark's Military Interest Group) for a pre-show reception before the May 3rd performance of Logan Black's Bond: A Soldier and His Dog at the Unicorn Theatre. Come network with your fellow community D&I advocates and stick around after the performance for a D&I discussion.

The reception is free but we ask that you kindly RSVP by May 2nd .
Each person is responsible for purchasing their own ticket(s) to attend the show

NOTE: If you are part of an employee share program do not use the link below, but contact the box office at 816-531-PLAY Ext. 10 to reserve your seats! And be sure to let the box office know you are calling about D&I at Nite.

If you are a veteran, please let the box office know. There is a special veteran price for tickets to this production.
 

Purchase full price tickets at the Unicorn Theatre website.

 

Content Note: 
Bond contains realistic military situations that may be challenging to some audience members.

NAAAP-GKC is partnering with MIG (Hallmark's Military Interest Group) for our next D&I at Nite Event, the World Premiere production of  Bond: A Soldier and His Dog, by Logan Black.

Kansas City playwright, actor, and veteran Logan Black explores the age-old relationship between K-9 and human in this deeply affecting true story. While serving in Iraq, Black and Diego, his Specialized Search Dog, were one of the most successful K-9 bomb-sniffing teams ever. They worked side by side, saved each other’s lives, and survived the bloodiest year of the war together. With a life-sized Diego puppet created by Mesner Puppet Theater, this KC Fringe favorite takes on a whole new life in this expanded, full length and fully-realized production.

Logan and Diego

 

Content Note: 
Bond contains realistic military situations that may be challenging to some audience members.


 

 


 

Logan Black was a member of the Utah National Guard while he attended the acting conservatory at the University of Utah. During his senior year he was called to active duty and suspended his training. Five years later, after meeting Diego and serving in Iraq, Logan returned to undergrad and completed his Bachelors in Fine Arts. He spent two years acting in Chicago and regional theaters before attending the University of Missouri at Kansas City to earn his Masters in Acting & Directing. He is a proud member of the Actor Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers.

 

03 May 2019
6:30pm - 7:30pm CDT

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