The combat drama that has penetrated the public consciousness most deeply in recent years is the Tony Award-winning hit “War Horse,” a British play that features horse puppets and unfolds on the World War I battlefields of Europe. But the American theater, which during the Vietnam War found the voice of a generation in David Rabe’s quartet of plays drawn on his experience there, has responded in only scattershot manner to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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