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South Camden Theatre Company Opens SHADOWS OF WAR a One­act Play Festival 
Celebrating American Veterans
(1888 PressRelease) One­act play festival showcases stories of American veterans from several different wars.
Philadelphia, PA­NJ  ­ South Camden Theatre Company, a nonprofit professional theatre organization 
located in Camden, New Jersey continues its eleventh season and second decade of theatre in the city with 
a one­act play festival titled SHADOWS OF WAR. Comprised of four different plays, these stories portray 
American veterans from World War II through Afghanistan. The festival opens March 18, 2016 at 8p.m. 
with four performances through Sunday March 20.
The plays selected for the festival are AND SO IT GOES written by Sheila McDonald and directed by Ruth  ...view middle of the document...

 PURPLE HEARTS previously won the Wordsmith Competition 
award from the VSA arts of New Jersey and the Unlimited Potential Theater Company.
South Camden Theatre Company is partnering with Backpacks for Life a 501(c)3 New Jersey based 
nonprofit that provides homeless veterans with backpacks containing toiletries and other life essentials. 
Founder and Afghanistan veteran Sgt. Brett D'Alessandro, USMC will be in the lobby at Waterfront South 
Theatre collecting donations and socks for the backpacks during the Saturday March 20 performances at 
2:00p.m and 8:00p.m. 
Producing Artistic Director Joseph M. Paprzycki states, "We all have veterans in our lives and I am 
dedicating this production to my father Corporal Bronislaw Paprzycki who was awarded a Purple Heart 
after being wounded in the Korean War and lived his life as a disabled veteran. My hope is we all honor the
veterans in our own families with this production and show true appreciation for the many sacrifices they 
have made. When I saw Sgt. D'Alessandro interviewed on NJTV News last year I reached out directly to ask
him to partner with South Camden Theatre Company for this important festival and am thrilled he will be 
able to join us and let our audience help homeless veterans." 
All performances will be held Friday and Saturday evening at 8:00 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday 
afternoon at 2:00 p.m. at the 96­seat Waterfront South Theatre located at 400 Jasper Street in Camden, 
New Jersey. Tickets are available for purchase for $20 online at, by 
calling 1­866­811­4111 or at the door. For more information about South Camden Theatre Company, 
please visit Follow the company on Twitter at ( @ ) SCTC1and on Facebook

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