Unlucky Soldiers by Robert Garcia opens this Saturday at The Downtown Cultural Arts Center

The second presentation of The Baltimore Playwrights Festival’s 37th Season will be Unlucky Soldiers by Robert Garcia, opening on September 8th. Unlucky Soldiers is directed by Barry Feinstein and produced by Theatrical Mining Company at The Downtown Cultural Arts Center, 401 North Howard Street (corner of Howard and Mulberry), Baltimore, MD  21201.  Performances will be matinees only at 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, September 8th through September 23rd. Admission is $10 (veterans free). For further information, go to http://www.theatricalmining. org/

Andre Regal is returning home from his combat tour in Vietnam. Unbeknownst to him, he is coming home with an uninvited guest for a final role of the dice. Don’t miss this semi-autobiographical play of one soldier’s battle for survival.

Robert Garcia was raised in Galveston, Texas and has lived in Baltimore, Maryland since 1971. He served in the 101st Airborne “Screaming Eagles” during the Vietnam War. Robert has been writing most of his life, moving to playwrighting in recent years. Among his plays are Concrete Jungle, The Devil Within, and Requiem for a Soldier. Robert currently produces new plays at Robert’s Black Box with the Theatrical Mining Company at the Downtown Cultural Arts Center in Baltimore.