USVAA works with a number of veterans and artists in all aspects of the arts. Each of them possesses a wide range of views regarding their personal philosophy about art, their work as artists and veterans, the military, their service, war and combat and the transition from military service to civilian life.

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John DiFusco


In 2013, the United States Veterans’ Artists Alliance (in association with Rogue Machine Theatre) presented an acclaimed production of TRACERS, John’s seminal work about the Vietnam War. This was the first production of TRACERS since the 1980s to feature a cast entirely composed of military veterans. The play received glowing reviews and coverage in publications such as the LA Times, the LA Weekly, the Santa Monica Daily Press, Variety and others.

The Long Way Home

This production of Tracers was presented in rep with a return of USVAA’s production of The Long Way Home, John’s autobiographical show about the making of Tracers; in John’s words, the Tracers journey.

John has far too many other achievements to easily list here. Please visit HIS WEBSITE to learn more.