The Exonerated

“The Exonerated,” the current Loop Players’ production here at Harold Washington College, is not a great college production. It is a great production, period.

I was riveted throughout. The cast was pitch-perfect, and they played their roles well. I experienced one of those transcendent moments in theater when you actually feel yourself believing these characters are real.

I cannot recommend this play highly enough. Treat yourself. See “The Exonerated” at Harold Washington College and experience theater at its best.

 

Loop Players presents The Exonerated

by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen

directed by Kathryn Nash

Culled from interviews, letters, transcripts, case files and the public record, THE EXONERATED tells the true stories of six wrongfully convicted survivors of death row in their own words, who were eventually exonerated of their convictions. Winner 2003 Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards.

Opens Weds. April 10, 7:15. Please join us for light refreshments before the play!

The show runs April 10 – 13 and April 17 – 20.

Room 102/103

Weds. and Fri. 7:15 PM curtain time

Thurs. and Sat. 2:00 PM curtain time

Students and Seniors – $5.00

General Admission – $10.00

 

Published by Don Laackman

Leader with higher education, non-profit and private-sector consulting experience.

One thought on “The Exonerated

  1. On behalf of the cast and crew, thank you for the words of praise! I know you have a discerning eye and, as always, I appreciate your support!

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