Modern Warrior

The story and sound of a combat veteran's journey

Modern Warrior LIVE is presenting six  25 minute showcases and two full show performances for APAP members January 13th-14th, 2018 at the Loreto Theatre at the Sheen Center for Thought & Culture. Tickets are FREE to APAP members. 

25-minute Previews: 3pm, 4pm & 5:30pm

Full Show: 7:30pm

18 BLEEKER ST., NYC 10012 - MAP HERE

Subway stops: BDFM Broadway-Lafayette / NQRW Prince St

* Showcase tickets are also available at the APAP Expo Booth #522 (Rhinelander) or at the Loreto Theater Box office 30 minutes prior to Showcase. You can also email Brian McKenna at info@modernwarriorlive.com or call him at 917-748-4337 indicating date and time you'd like to attend.


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Modern Warrior is a new live theatrical music experience co-created by United States Army veteran Jaymes Poling and musician Dominick Farinacci. Narrated by Jaymes, with musical performances led by Dominick, this dynamic production explores the psychological weights of war, the challenges of reintegration as a civilian, and the potential for positive personal and communal growth.

Modern Warrior is supported and endorsed by United War Veterans Council (producer of the New York City Veterans Day Parade). The Catskill Jazz Factory proudly serves as creative co-founder and consultant.

Modern Warrior LIVE January 13-14th

The Sheen Center for Thought and Culture - 18 Bleeker St., NYC 10012

25-minute previews: 3pm, 4pm, 5:30pm

Full show: 7:30pm

* Showcase tickets are also available at the APAP Expo Booth #522 (Rhinelander) or at the Loreto Theater Box office 30 minutes prior to Showcase. You can also email Brian McKenna at info@modernwarriorlive.com indicating date and time you'd like to attend.

Questions? Email us at info@modernwarriorlive.com

Modern Warrior is endorsed by United War Veterans Council NYC

“This project is an ideal vehicle for educating the public about life in the military in an engaging way and shines a light on the hurdles facing veterans upon returning from service and transitioning to civilian life.”

- Dan McSweeney

President, United War Veterans Council

"Modern Warrior reminds veterans they are not victims, and that they can use their experiences to grow and make significant contributions to society."

- Anthony Principi

Combat Veteran & Secretary of Veterans Affairs

(2001-2005)