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Online Feb. 11 and 13: “The Exonerated” at Ethics and the Theater

By February 7, 2022February 11th, 2022No Comments

UPDATE: Out of an abundance of caution, this month’s two sessions of Ethics and the Theater have moved entirely online via Zoom. We hope to return to in-person readings and discussions as soon as possible.


Our long-running staged reading and discussion series continues online on Friday, February 11 (7:00pm) and Sunday, February 13 (1:30pm) with The Exonerated by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen:

Telling their real-life stories in their own words, the play’s protagonists, all wrongfully convicted survivors of death row, paint a picture of a criminal justice system where justice is often sorely lacking, especially if you’re Black or Brown.

After the play, member Betsy Ungar will moderate an open discussion about the ethical issues raised and explored in the work.

Performed by Gregory Taylor, Sean Phillips, Tracy Winston, Nikole Williams, Bonnie Bean, Joe Fashing, Larry Hurst, and Richard Koral. Directed by Logan Pitts. Produced by Patricia Bruder Debrovner.

Admission: $5
All funds raised donated to The Innocence Project
Zoom link emailed upon registration

Friday, February 11 | 7:00-9:00pm – RSVP Here
Sunday, February 13 | 1:30-3:30pm – RSVP Here

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