16 seats. Free beverages and desserts. Pay-what-you-can tickets. The site of VetRep’s popular staged reading series, the Parlor runs on Saturday nights from April to December and features professional actors performing some of the finest comedies, satires and farces ever written. This season, we also introduce our Death Before Dress Rehearsal festival of veteran-authored 10-minute plays! Click the link to see our 2023 season and book tickets.
Spend Halloween with VetRep in Boston! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (via the link below) to come to the coolest, most underground, spookiest immersive art show this Halloween. Sponsored by Second Mission Foundation, GHOST STORY will feature poetry, art, storytelling and music followed by the book launch of Ayman Kafel’s THE RESOLUTE PATH.
The podcast that celebrates veterans in the arts. From Delta Force operators-turned-metal guitarists to Marine machine gunners-turned-dance choreographers, these warrior artists have stories you will never forget.
When you join the VetRep mailing list, you are subscribed to the literary blog. More than just a way to stay in touch, our literary blog features daily selections of poetry, fiction, or creative non-fiction curated from an outstanding group of veteran writers. In addition, this is also the best place to find out what is going on at VetRep!
Founded in February 2021, is a tax-exempt, non-profit 501c3 organization which provides a platform for current or former military, law enforcement, fire/EMS, intelligence services, foreign service, DoD employees and contractors and their immediate family members to create compelling, professional live theater and events. Through an ongoing series of playwrighting competitions, VetRep assesses, develops and mentors talented veteran writers. Our 2023 Staged Reading Season at our Parlor gives us a chance to perform classic comedies and veteran-authored ten-minute plays weekly while developing the theater-going audience in Orange County, NY and our roster of professional NYC-based actors. Our Savage Wonder literary blog and Savage Wonder podcast are both year-round productions. Our literary blog focuses on veteran writers and poets, while our podcast features long-form, one-on-one conversations with veterans in the arts.