UPDATE - EVENT IS NOW SOLDOUT
Award-winning actor Gary Sinise comes to Coronado's Village Theatre July 8th to host a showing of Travis: A Soldier's Story. The event takes place from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM and includes Q&A with Gary Sinise, Travis Mills and the Naval Medical Center San Diego Team. Tickets are $50 and can be purchased here. EVENT IS NOW SOLDOUT
Village Theatre and the Coronado community is proud to host this benefit and eCoronado.com encourages everyone to come out and support this event by either attending on July 8th or donating to this very worthy cause.
Tickets $50 - Click here to order - EVENT IS NOW SOLDOUT
Tickets can be purchased through this eventbrite website. Guests should bring their printed ticket to the event, which can be printed via email upon completing their online purchase. The venue will also maintain a guest list, and attendees may be checked in this way as well.
Suggested attire is business casual, and members of the military and ROTC are encouraged to dress in uniform.
This film is rated "PG." However, due to the topic of this film, it is recommended that no children under the age of 13 attend the premiere.
Proceeds will help build a custom Smart Home for Travis through the Gary Sinise Foundation's R.I.S.E program.
Travis: A Soldier’s Story is a challenging documentary featuring the inspiring true story of United States Army Staff Sergeant Travis Mills of the 82nd Airborne. Travis lost portions of both arms and legs as the result of an IED (improvised explosive device) on April 10, 2012 while on patrol during his third tour of duty in Afghanistan.
Travis is one of just five quadruple-amputees from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to survive such extensive injuries. Featuring powerful interviews and emotional reenactments from Travis and Kelsey Mills, and fellow soldiers who witnessed the events of April 10th, Travis: A Soldier's Story is an intimate look into the life of a wounded solider as he faces the unimaginable physical and emotional challenges of this life-altering injury.
Travis’s story sheds light on the daily inward and outward struggles of our wounded veterans and the difficult rehabilitation processes they face. Travis’s openness and incredible perseverance will challenge us to look at the way we deal with our own personal trials in life.
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