Italy, 1944. As the Allies battle the S.S. and Fascist forces across the Italian countryside, African American deserters, Italian criminals and German traitors find refuge in the swamp of Tombolo. When Madison -- a black war hero trying to hide from his past -- rescues a young Italian partisan, fragile alliances within the outlaw camp are put to the test.
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  • Eugene O'Neill Theater Center:
    12 May. 2017
    It is the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center's pleasure to recommend Terence Anthony and their play Tombolo as a finalist for our 2012 National Playwrights Conference. The play rose through a competitive, anonymous, multileveled selection process that took nearly nine months to execute. As one finalist out of hundreds of submissions, the strength of this play’s writing has allowed this work to prosper in such a competitive selection process.


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