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For Services Rendered explores the ongoing trauma of World War I


It also offers a sharp critique of the British political system.

When W. Somerset Maugham’s British war drama For Services Rendered premiered in 1932, it offered unprepared audiences a stark exploration of the enduring consequences of the First World War and a critique of a political system that offered no protection for those who fought for its honor. In its Chicago premiere, presented by the Griffin Theatre Company and directed by ensemble member Robin Witt, this message feels contemporary and urgent.…

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