Well, dad, I have been in the trenches from last Friday until Tuesday and would have enjoyed it very much only for the rain, which made us look like Mudlarks. We had a few narrow escapes. Last Sunday the Germans sent us a few presents from the Kaiser. They were shrapnel shells or as we call them Jack Johnsons, they came very near our trenches but never hurt anybody, and the boys were laughing every time one bursted. There seems to be no fear in the old Lincolns. No one seems to realize it is active service.
P.S. We get a nice drop of rum every day.
Private Jack Sweeney, 1st Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment
Kevin Collins is making his debut appearance at The Playhouse and is so excited to perform in front of his friends, family, and our community! He is a proud member of The Marcsmen barbershop chorus and plays the oboe in the USAA Concert Band. Kevin would like to thank his family, especially his beautiful wife, Lou Caroline, for her constant love and support throughout this journey.
All is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914 runs Dec 2 - 18 in the Russell Hill Rogers Theater. Co-Directed by George Green and Bill Gundry, this show is a co-production with The Marcsmen and is proudly presented in partnership with Valero Energy.