Near the end of World War II, thousands of Allied ex-POWs were abandoned to wander the war-torn Eastern Front. With no food, shelter, or supplies, they were an army of dying men. The Red Army had pushed the Nazis out of Russia. As they advanced across Poland, the prison camps of the Third Reich were discovered and liberated. In defiance of humanity, the freed Allied prisoners were discarded without aid.
"A story of a real hero!"
We have thirty days to write, rehearse, and stage a theatrical adaptation of the Odyssey, people have been promised a show that will blow their minds, and the budget is gratis. With these words estranged friends from New York, Chicago, and San Francisco theaters descend on a small theater in Denver to try and save a kid's after-school program.
In a century that set out to tame, civilize, and revolutionize the world, Teddy always managed to stay a step ahead and find the last wild places. Where I'm Bound I Can't Tell opens with a troubled kid in the nineties named Lee smart-mouthing his way through community service, yet meeting one old man will forever change his life. Born in 1900, Teddy could never stand still, running away to join the French Foreign Legion as a boy he never returns to the states until the 1980's.
"Donald Trump’s Message Sparks Anger in China" is from the December 05, 2016 World section of The Wall Street Journal. It was written by Damian Paletta, Carol E. Lee And Jeremy Page and narrated by Alexander Quincy.