In CRY HAVOC, Wolfert is a tour de force, seamlessly interweaving his own story of reintegrating after military service and suffering PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) with Shakespeare's timeless words. Wolfert suggests that our military recruits and trains men and women at a psychologically malleable age, and then "wires" them for war. However, at the end of military service they are not "re-wired for society". Cry Havoc, a moving and surprisingly funny solo performance unites military Veterans, their families and civilians. The 70-minute performance is followed by engaging talkback between actor and the audience.