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Weldon presents ‘War Bonds’

“War Bonds,” a look back at the effects of WWII, will be performed at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, May 17, at Weldon Auditorium.
Photo courtesy of EbzB Productions - “War Bonds,” a look back at the effects of WWII, will be performed at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, May 17, at Weldon Auditorium.
 
World War II was one of the most tumultuous and emotional times in American history. Families were torn apart by war without the modern communication tools we have today.

David and Serena Zum Brunnen will perform their play, “War Bonds” on May 17, at Weldon Auditorium. Once again, David and Serena will knock your socks off with an outstanding performance. War Bonds is a musical journey based on the songs and letters of World War II. The production is a warm reminiscence and harrowing reminder of when the world seemed upside down.

“Through the songs and letters of the time, War Bonds makes an honorable tribute to all those who served our country both home and abroad,” said Sandy Tucker, Weldon director.

David Zumbrunnen served as general manager for Hedgerow Theatre, the Philadelphia Area Repertory Theatre and the PlayMaker Repertory Theatre. He has also received two INDIE awards for enhancing the cultural life in the Triangle Area of North Carolina.

Serena began working in professional theater at the age of six. After working as a producer and actress with several theater companies on the East Coast, she co-founded EbzB Productions, a theater production company.
According to David, EbzB Production’s mission is “to develop theatrical works that promote integrity, self-discovery and positive transformation of individuals, artists, audiences and communities.”

The War Bonds’ curtain rises at 7:30 p.m. There will be a reception to meet the Zum Brunnens after the play. Regular ticket prices range from $20-$25 for adults and $15-$20 for seniors/military, based on seating arrangements. Student tickets (ages 11-18) are $10 and children (10 and under) get in free with a paying adult (one child per adult).

For more information, call Weldon Auditorium at 433-SHOW (7469), stop by 7 Maple St., in Manning or email weldonauditorium@clarendoncountygov.org.

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