Shenandoah follows the story of Charlie Anderson, a widowed Virginia farmer who is determined to keep his family out of the conflict that rages around them. However, as the war encroaches on their peaceful life in the Shenandoah Valley, Charlie finds himself reluctantly drawn into the conflict to protect his loved ones. As Charlie and his family navigate the hardships and tragedies of the Civil War, they must grapple with their own principles and the impact of their choices on those they care about. Shenandoah explores themes of family, duty, and the complexities of war.
Musical Type: Pre-Contemporary (1974)
Cast Size: 20+
Setting: 1860s / USA (Virginia)
Music: Gary Geld
Lyrics/Book: Peter Udell
Book: Philip Rose, James Lee Barrett
Licensing: Concord Theatricals➝
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