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Blood and Gifts tells the story of the secret spy war behind the official Soviet-Afghan War of the 1980s. Spanning a decade and playing out in Washington D.C., Pakistan and Afghanistan, the play follows CIA operative Jim Warnock as he struggles to stop the Soviet Army's destruction of Afghanistan and tells the story of the unknown men who shaped one of the greatest historical events in recent history.

This show is closed.

Performances ended on Jan. 8, 2012.

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About Blood and Gifts on Broadway

Previews: Oct 27, 2011 • Opening: Nov 21, 2011 • Closing: Jan 8, 2012
Off-Broadway Drama
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Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater
150 West 65th Street
New York, NY 10023
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What Is the Story of Blood and Gifts?
Blood and Gifts examines the events in Pakistan, Afghanistan and the United States during the Soviet-Afghan war of 1981-91. As the play begins, British and U.S. spies are funneling weapons through Pakistan in an attempt to defeat the Russians, while the KGB and Pakistani secret service attempt to control events from afar. CIA agent Jim Warnock is at the center of the action, determined to help the Afghans defeat the Russians, even if the resulting change of power does as much harm as good in the long run.

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Jeremy Davidson
Jim Warnock
Michael Aronov
Robert Hogan
Andres Munar
Paul Niebanck
John Procaccino
Pej Vahdat
Andrew Weems
Bernard White


Written by
J.T. Rogers
Bartlett Sher
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