Joseph returns to The Company of Angels Theatre for the fourth time in a year, playing multiple characters in an epic new play by Garry Michael White, Playwright and Palm d’or (Cannes) winning screenwriter of “Scarecrow”.
“Arlington” examines the palpable evidence of the United State’s constant, insatiable thirst for war. The play is set against 5 separate entities: World War I, The Second World War, the Korean War, the conflict in Viet Nam, and finally, the war in the souls of Americans as a result of 9/11. In this play, no battlefield blood is spilled; no foreign soil is touched. In the end, “Arlington” is a moving, occasionally humorous play about the reaches of war, and the inevitable ways in which we conquer ourselves.