Broadway star Jeff McCarthy brings William Kunstler--a self-described "radical lawyer" and civil rights activist whose controversial client list included the Chicago Seven, inmates involved in the Attica Prison riot, Martin Luther King, Jr., and mobster John Gotti--back to life in Jeffrey Sweet's fascinating play. This "epic performance" (Curtain Up) revisits Kunstler's timely message of Constitutional civil rights under rule of law in an exciting theatrical event.
Join us after these performances for a talk back hosted by the following presenters:
February 28 - Ronald L. Kuby, Esq., former intern and informal partner in William Kunstler's Firm.
March 2 - Elizabeth McAlister Berrigan, wife of the late Philip Berrigan. She and the Berrigan brothers, Daniel and Philip were incarcerated for their actions of peaceful protest against the Vietnam War at Catonsville and Harrisburg.
March 7 - Sarah and Emily Kunstler, daughters of William Kunstler and co-founders of Off Center Media, a production company that produces documentaries exposing injustice in the criminal justice system.
March 9 - Vincent Warren, Executive Director, Center for Constitutional Rights.