by David W Rintels
“The world doesn’t change without trouble…”
- Michael J Shannon as Clarence Darrow
A play about one man’s constant fight for civil rights.
America at the turn of the 20th century: a land of milk, honey, poverty and injustice. It is 1931, and America’s most famous lawyer, critic, agnostic, orator and founding member of the American Civil Liberties Union is beginning to lose his fight. He has dedicated fifty working years to ‘defending the damned’. With time to fill, and stories to tell, Clarence Darrow takes to the floor one last time…
Celebrated actor Michael J Shannon, brings the role to life in a rare production of this one-man play by David W Rintels,
directed by Susannah Tresilian.
Performances are all at 7.30pm on
Friday 31st May
Saturday 1st June
Friday 7th June
and Saturday 8th June 2013
At the Teahouse Theatre in Vauxhall. (139 Vauxhall Walk, Vauxhall Pleasure Garden, London SE11 5HL – directions here.)
Doors open at 6.30pm. Tickets can be reserved at firstname.lastname@example.org, or will be available on the door.
All proceeds go to Amnesty International.