KC Fringe Presents “Bond: A Soldier and His Dog” at the National WWI Museum and Memorial

Logan Black dramatizes his relationship with an exceptional dog in “Bond.” (Cynthia Levin)

2006 was one of the bloodiest years in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Iraqi society fractured and eventually devolved into sectarian violence, Saddam Hussein was executed and a young man with a yellow lab at his side found himself right in the middle of it all. In this one-man show Logan Black will tell the story of the bond created between K-9 and handler. Based on his experiences as Specialized Search Dog Handler and the year he spent working with SSD Diego in the Al Anbar province of Iraq.

75m | G (Gunshots) | Theatre

Buy Tickets: http://kc-fringe.ticketleap.com/bond-a-soldier-and-his-dog/

Friday April 8th – 7:30pm

Saturday April 9th – 7:30pm

Sunday April 10th – 2:00pm

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