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Author: Jerry Robbins Narrator: Jerry Robbins, Joseph Zamparelli, The Colonial Radio Players Publisher: Brilliance Audio Format: Audio Theater Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: January 2012 ISBN: 9781455849758
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General U. S. Grant and General Sherman are caught off guard by the entire Confederate Army, with their backs to the Tennessee River! Confederate General Johnston’s plan was to attack Grant’s left and separate the Union army from its gunboat support (and avenue of retreat) on the Tennessee River, driving it west into the swamps of Snake and Owl Creeks, where it could be destroyed. The two-day battle of Shiloh, the costliest in American history up to that time, resulted in the defeat of the Confederate army and frustration of General Johnston’s plans to prevent the joining of the two Union armies in Tennessee. An action-packed adventure based totally on fact from the award-winning Colonial Radio Theatre.

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About the Author

Jerry Robbins is an American actor and singer who has performed in more than one hundred stage productions, including an acclaimed portrayal of John Barrymore in William Luces’ play, Barrymore. He has also written and produced forty radio plays with his company, the Colonial Radio Theatre on the Air, winning the Parents Choice Award for The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in 2001 and an Audio Worlds Golden Headset Award for Little Big Horn in 1999.

About the Narrators

Joseph Zamparelli, Jr. received his undergraduate degrees in psychology and theatre arts from Boston College and went on to study acting professionally at the Circle in the Square Theatre School in New York where he appeared in the U. S. premiere of the Russian play Tomorrow Was War. He originated roles in several shows, including musical versions of Frankenstein and The Hunchback of Notre Dame. In addition to stage, film, and television work, he coaches actors and most recently directed The Delvena Theater Company’s critically acclaimed Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and appeared in multiple roles in their production of On The Verge.

The Colonial Radio Players is a radio drama production company based out of Boston, Massachusetts. Officially established in 1995 by Jerry Robbins and Mark Vander Berg, they have won numerous awards, including Parents’ Choice Awards, Ogle Award, Mark Time Award, and Audie Award finalist. They have collaborated with such authors as Ray Bradbury, William Luce, and Walter Koenig.