The Army is looking for three good men to spend months away from their regular units, acting the parts of damaged soldiers from a previous war.

The BRAVO! Army Theatre Touring Company is seeking actors for its upcoming production of “Pvt. Wars,” a play by James McLure about three Vietnam War veterans recovering from wounds in an Army hospital. The play is both drama and comedy.

The touring company, started five years ago and run by the Army Community and Family Support Center and Army Entertainment Division, also is seeking a stage manager and lighting and sound engineer.

Selectees will spend up to 180 days attached to the company, starting in May, and tour with the production to various military installations, including those in combat zones.

Nominees must have a minimum of 90 days remaining in service after Sept. 28, 2005, and must be fully deployable worldwide, with no restrictions for health, family or legal reasons.

Finalists will be picked through a videotape audition and military packet screening in early May.

Those selected for a live audition at Fort Belvoir, Va., that month will be required to perform a memorized monologue and a song from a Broadway musical.

For details on the application process, call Army Europe Entertainment at DSN 370-7499, or see and click on “BRAVO!” under “Important News and Updates.”

Applications are due by May 6.

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