While Other than Honorable can easily be called a military play, both Pachino and director Senior say that’s not how they immediately describe it.
“Obviously the audience will feel this connection to the military,” says Senior. “But I think what’s so wonderful about the play is that it is a very specific example that feels universal—about voices becoming invisible and what happens when you scream and no one hears you.”
Pachino says she often describes the play as being about “a woman who has shut down and lost her voice, and finds it again through telling her story and telling the stories of others.”
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