The Home Show at Lincoln Center

Thanks to everyone who came to The Home Show or watched the stream online! Lincoln Center should be putting some of its live stream content online in the next couple of weeks – so be sure to check back!

For the digital program featuring artist bios, click here.

VAP is thrilled to present our 2015 NYC Veterans Day Showcase on November 12th at the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center, in partnership with Lincoln Center and Wild Turkey Bourbon. The evening is presented as part of Lincoln Center’s Veterans Initiative.

The Home Show will feature an all-star line-up of professional veteran artists in music, theater, film, dance, poetry and prose. The evening will be hosted by James P. Connolly (Comedy Central, HBO, XM Radio, VH1) with an all-veteran house rock band led by Tom Mooney (Emmy Award-winning commercial producer, lead singer for The NYC August Rock Band).

Wild Turkey Bourbon will be releasing its new military label in partnership with VAP, featuring artwork commissioned from Air Force veteran Shawn Ganther. Ganther’s artwork will be on display and we will be pouring drinks featuring a variety of Wild Turkey bourbons.

Featured acts include:

“Dijla Wal Furat” by Maurice Decaul

“Hometown Heroes” by Elliot Ackerman

“Cry Havoc” by Stephan Wolfert

Radiohead’s “Idioteque” covered by Brandon Caro
Accompaniment by Chris AhKao

“Heart of the Enemy” by Jenny Pacanowski
Cello accompaniment by Michael Bacon

“LP/OP” by TJ Brady

“Babylon” from War Porn: A Novel by Roy Scranton

“The Green, Green Grass” and “Your Soldier Over Here” performed by Sandra W. Lee
from Deployed, written and accompanied by Natalie Lovejoy

“Westhusing in the House of Atreus” by John Michael Meyer

“life keeps getting better” by Everett Cox

“Vetted” by Paul D. Mooney

“Conflict(ed)” performed by the Exit12 Dance Company
Choreographed by Roman Baca

November 12, 2015. 7:30PM
David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center
On Broadway between 62nd and 63rd
Seating is limited and available on a first come, first served basis. Line-up subject to change.

Click here to download the press release (PDF).

Telling: Denver Tickets On Sale Now!

July 30th – August 3rd, 2014
Auraria Campus, Denver, CO
Buy Tickets Now!

Denver Veterans and military family members perform in an original stage production of The
Telling Project at the Auraria Campus from July 30th – August 3rd.

The Telling Project (TP), Veteran Artist Program (VAP), Campus Compact of the Mountain West
(CCMW), and the Bob Woodruff Foundation will present an original production of Telling:
Denver July 30th – August 3st, 2014 at Saint Cajetans on the Auraria Campus, in conjunction with
the Colorado Veterans in Higher Education Summit. Nine participants, consisting of Veterans
and military family members, will tell their own stories on stage in front of a Denver audience
under the direction of The Romero Theater Troupe. The Auraria Campus is hosting Telling:
Denver through the support of Metropolitan State University of Denver’s Veteran and Military
Support Services Office, in partnership with the SECond Mission: Service|Education|Careers
Initiative for student Veteran success through CCMW.

In preparation for this one-of-a-kind production, Telling: Denver participants will undergo
interviewing and performance training, acquiring tools to activate their community through the
arts. Delta Force, Marine Corps combat correspondents, Vietnam special operations, combat
nurses – these are a few of the perspectives this performance affords, all from Denver and
Colorado-based Veterans and military family members. Telling: Denver will be the 16th
production by The Telling Project. The Telling Project has been featured by the New York Times,
Washington Post, NPR, CNN, MSNBC and others, and performed at The Guthrie Theater
(Minneapolis), The Library of Congress, Portland Center Stage, Maryland Center for the
Performing Arts and others.

Written by Jonathan Wei, directed by The Romero Theater Troupe and produced by BR
McDonald, Telling: Denver features nine Veterans and family members, including Tabitha
Bennett, Jenn Calaway, Gina Fasciani, Josh Hamann, Richard McKee, Sarah Plummer, Anastasia
Pyzhov, Jim Stevens, and Megghan Stevens. Cast members represent Veterans from four
branches of service and include military family members as well. More information and tickets
can be found at

To download the press release, click below:
Telling Denver Press Release.

For questions about Telling: Denver, please contact Jordan Rubio at