"As imagined by The Dreamscape Theatre, this Christmas miracle is as uplifting and tear-jerking as one could hope."
"an incredible new play... a powerful and realistic exploration of racism, prejudice, and the human bonds we all share."

"a gift of hope"
(Times Square Chronicles)
In Fields Where They Lay is a play with music that tells the incredible true story of the World War I Christmas Truce – the spontaneous ceasefire between British and German soldiers that began with the singing of Christmas carols across No Man’s Land on the night of December 24th, 1914.

Partially based on the letters and diaries of real frontline soldiers, the play marks the 100th anniversary of the truce by bringing this stirring and unsettling, hopeful and tragic story to life in the words of the men who lived it.
Stephen James Anthony*, Zack Calhoon*, Nicholas Carter*,
Jeff Gonzalez, Joe Kolbow*, Spencer Davis Milford*,
Equiano Mosieri & Christine Perrotta

Scenic Design: Clifton Chadick | Costume Design: Caitlin Cisek
Lighting Design: Wilburn Bonnell | Sound Design: Mark Van Hare
Prop Design: Deb Gaouette | Choreography: Katie Palmer
Production Stage Manager: Emily Roth

An AEA Approved Showcase Production (*appears courtesy of Actors Equity)
Funding for this project was made possible in part by 
The Puffin Foundation, Ltd. as well as with public funds from:

New York State Council on the Arts and
New York City Department of Cultural Affairs
administered by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council