2010 Capital Fringe Festival Selection
by Edmund White
Inspired by the Vanity Fair essay Gore Vidal wrote about his correspondence with Timothy McVeigh.
This drama imagines a series of death row encounters between an acclaimed novelist and a domestic
terrorist. One has a story to write, the other a story to tell.
A flirtatious connection evolves when these diverse men discover a common belief that the
American Government is trampling freedoms enshrined in the Constitution.
SeeNoSun OnStage presents the Washington DC premier of this play for the 2010 Capital Fringe Festival.
Tickets are now available at SeeNoSun.com.
James (a novelist) - Steve Nixon
Harrison (a domestic terrorist) - James Radack
The Production Team:
Michael Wright - Director
Phoebe Duncan - Assistant Director / Stage Manager
Matt Vossekuil - Lighting Design
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