Bringing Gun Violence Awareness to the Stage

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The New York Times recently published an article featuring interviews with the writers behind three new plays that focus on gun violence. Eric Ulloa’s “26 Pebbles,” Martín Zimmerman’s “On the Exhale,” and Courtney Baron’s “When It’s You,” are all plays that were inspired by the 2012 events in Newtown, where 26 lives were taken at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

Read more about the writer’s inspirations, what it was like to bring violence onstage, and what impact they think their plays will have in 2017:
When Gun Violence Takes Center Stage

Photo by Scott J. Kimmins of The New York Times

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