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Auditions: Execution of Justice


By aemixx - Posted on 10 February 2012

13 Feb 2012 7:00 pm
14 Feb 2012 10:00 pm
US/Pacific
Audition for STAMP's
Execution of Justice
by Emily Mann


Monday and Tuesday, February 13-14
7 - 10 PM in Roble Studio 33


e-mail ajholtz@stanford.edu with a summary of your availability
for a 5-minute audition slot


People with all levels of acting experience are encouraged to audition!
More details provided when you sign up.


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Emily Mann's Execution of Justice puts the case of the People vs. Dan White itself on trial. In dual acts of violence in November 1978, Dan White killed George Moscone, the Mayor of San Francisco, and Supervisor Harvey Milk, the first openly gay officeholder in the city. The trial polarized San Francisco and highlighted deep divisions about where the city and the nation were headed.  At the end of the trial, Dan White was convicted on the lesser charge of voluntary manslaughter and sentenced to seven years and eight months in prison.

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