By Kerry Kazmierowicztrimm
Length: 90 Minutes
Age Range: Adult
A 32-year-old woman is taking care of her husband who was severely mentally and physically injured in the war. The show starts when the woman is for the first time considering having a real relationship with someone while still taking care of her husband. It explores the questions of what responsibilities/loyalties you owe your spouse when they stop being the person you married.
The Soho Playhouse (Off-Broadway) - press release here
Hollywood Fringe Festival 2018
WINNER: Soho Playhouse’s Fringe Encore Series NYC
WINNER: Better Lemons Critics’ Choice Award
WINNER: Better Lemons Audience Award
WINNER: Better Lemons DoubleSweet Award
WINNER: Encore Producers’ Award
WINNER: Female Director of Distinction
WINNER: Fav Fringe Flyer
WINNER: Fierce Backbone’s Hollywood Fringe Grant 2018
NOMINEE: Top of the Fringe
NOMINEE: Fringe First
NOMINEE: The Outdoor Voices Festival “Conversation Creation” Award
NOMINEE: The Unleashed Award
“If the purpose of live theater is to connect us with others and illuminate their experiences so we can learn about ourselves as we witness them, then this piece has achieved its mission. It is an honor to have witnessed a piece of theater that can have that effect on an audience. I highly recommend this show.” – Russell Eaton, My Haunt Life
“Wounded is not, however, an anti-war play. It is a quiet, respectful examination of three intersecting lives. Indeed, respect — and love — for his characters is one of Kaz’s strengths as a playwright.” – Mark Hein, Theatre Ghost
“Kerry Kazmierowicztrimm has written something much more interesting than a play about the human cost of war. It’s more about how we deal with damaged people, or how damaged people deal with each other.” – Guy Picot, FringeReview
LA Weekly article about Hollywood Fringe 2018 and Wounded here.
Wounded can be read here.