THE LONELY SOLDIER MONOLOGUES: WOMEN AT WAR IN IRAQ

The Lonely Soldier Monologues, a play by Helen Benedict, garnered from her years of interviews with women soldiers who served in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, has been produced in London, UK; New York, Maine, France; Chicago, St. Paul, MN; Massachusetts and elsewhere. The play tells the story of seven women who served in the U.S. Armed Forces. 

SELECTED REVIEWS

Review: The Lonely Soldier Monologues, Cockpit TheatreBritish Theatre Review, May 2015

Sexual harassment and trauma of Iraq war: toxic mix for women soldiers told in new playThe Telegraph, April 2015

Augusta Holocaust Center play to highlight struggle of women at war, Central Maine, March 2015

Play highlights the hell of being a woman at warPioneer Press, March 2014

'Lonely Soldiers: Women at War in Iraq,' gets a combustible staging at History Theatre, Minnesota Star Tribune, March 2014

“Lonely Soldiers: Women at War in Iraq” at History Theater: What you can do to helpTwin Cities Daily Planet, March 2014

Military women's extra trauma: combat stress and sexual assaultMinnPost, March 2014

The Feminine, Touched: War as Women's Work, The New York Times, March 2009