Johnny Got His Gun

Written by Dalton Trumbo
Adapted by Bradley Rand Smith
Directed by Tim Robbins

In 1918, twenty-year-old Joe Bonham got his gun and went to war. An exploding shell in World War I reduced him to a silent life. Far from home, in a hospital bed in Europe, Joe Bonham is without a voice but ready for battle, ready to explode with rage at what the war left behind.

Marking 100 years since the end of World War I, “Johnny Got His Gun” reminds us that behind every casualty of war there is the story of a young person with hopes, aspirations, and dreams of life.

Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 8pm

October 6th – November 10th 

Runtime – 1 hour, 20 minutes with no intermission


Nathan Woodworth – Joe Bonham 
Pierre Adeli – Ensemble 
Mela Green – Ensemble 
Scott Harris – Ensemble 
Kaili Hollister – Ensemble 
Mary Eileen O’Donnell – Ensemble 
Luis Quintant – Ensemble 
Tess Vidal – Ensemble 
Andrea Monte Warren – Ensemble 


To make our work accesible to everyone in the community, every Thursday night is Pay-What-You-Can night. Just show up before 7:30 to get on the list.