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New play by Gettysburg native Kramer Hardman to premiere at Adams County Arts Council

PALE ERECTIONS HAS BEEN POSTPONED AND WILL LIKELY BE RESCHEDULED IN MAY, 2022

“Pale Erections: The Monuments Play,” a new play by Gettysburg native Kramer Hardman, will have its premiere production at Adam County Arts Council (125 S Washington St, Gettysburg, PA 17325) for four performances in January 2022.

By up-and-coming playwright Hardman and directed by Karen Land, Pale Erections will play on January 21, 22 and January 28, 29 at 7:00 p.m.

Inspired by the July 4, 2020 Militia Protests in Gettysburg, PA, “Pale Erections” follows two militia soldiers tasked with defending a confederate monument in an isolated corner of a Civil War battlefield. While standing guard, they argue and lament, trying desperately to overcome their growing sense of isolation. Later, they are met by a stranger who plummets them into a nightmare, shaking their confidence in one another and the militia’s cause.

The three-person cast features Ian Kress as Orson, Ike Schlossberg as Heins, and Jeff Leinbach as Quentin.

Pale Erections is free to the public, with a suggested donation of $10.

The creative team for Pale Erections includes Hardman (book), Land (director), John Rudy (Technical Director and Designer), and Cyd Tokar (Design Consultant and Co-Conspirator).

For more information, please visit www.facebook.com/themonumentsplay/

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