30 Days: A Story of Confinement
October 20, 2014
30 Days explores how stories are told amidst adversity, authority, and confinement. In a correction facility, four people convicted of civil disobedience confess their crimes and are subjected to sentencing. The only solace they have is one another and the gaps between their coerced confessions and the stories they tell, transforming their identities at the oscillating border of wrongdoing, injustice, and truth.
This production runs Oct. 23, 24, 25 at 8pm at the Kleinau Theatre (Communications Building)
Admission is $5 for students - $7 for General Public.