On today’s podcast, Akeem Davis and Brian Radcliffe are joined by Mark Bookman and Dana Cook of the Atlantic Center for Capital Representation to dig deep into the matter of LOBBY HERO by: Kenneth Lonergan. Theatre Horizon’s presentation comes at a time where the themes of this story resonate in the news on the regular. Some of our favorite interviews are when the conversations generates even more questions of clarity then I had prepared. Stay Tuned!
ABOUT LOBBY HERO
In the lobby of an upscale apartment building, four lives collide in a single night, throwing a young black man and two white cops—a female rookie and her charismatic male partner—into a moral tailspin. Confiding in Jeff, the building’s hapless young security guard, the trio faces the fallout of gender politics, police corruption and racial profiling. Oscar-nominated writer Kenneth Lonergan (You Can Count on Me, Gangs of New York) asks us to consider how to do the right thing in a world that is never black and white.
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ABOUT THE ATLANTIC CENTER FOR CAPITAL REPRESENTATION
The Atlantic Center for Capital Representation (ACCR) is a non-profit death penalty resource center serving Pennsylvania and Delaware. ACCR provides consultation services free of charge to capital defense practitioners or defense teams in Pennsylvania or Delaware.
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