This new play looks at the aftermath of a school shooting, where a sheriff's deputy's search for redemption prompts a community to ask—what will we be known for? More…
From the show:
In the aftermath of a school shooting, Sheriff’s Deputy Andy Rubens must come to terms with the choices he made during the tragedy. In Scott Organ’s spellbinding new play, one man’s search for redemption prompts a community to ask—what will we be known for?
See it if you like an extremely well crafted play with superb acting/directing that tackles the psychological crisis of an individual & his community,
Don't see it if you dislike serious delving into a story of a mass school shooting and the horrible effects it had on a main character & the community.
See it if More focus on the police's perspective in a school shooting than the family / victim. The moment of an angry mother was the most powerful.
Don't see it if Guns / school shootings are triggering. Puts some blame on the police, when it really should be on gun control, not more police in schools.
See it if you want to experience almost first hand the emotional trauma and effects on relationships to everyone involved in a school mass shooting.
Don't see it if you can’t handle deep sadness/fear from living terror act with indirect victims of it/sit 90 min, you’re closed to multiple perspectives.
Also Every actor in this play is real and very talented.
See it if Powerful & moving theatrical experience which gives a prospective of the aftermath of a school shooting, in a small town. I was on my seat!
Don't see it if This is not a feel good play. If you want to walk out feeling great then skip this one. This is a very realistic drama.
See it if you enjoy well-constructed slice of life, "ripped from the headlines" dramas, performed by a good ensemble cast.
Don't see it if you're looking for an in depth study of the why of school shootings or a fully staged play.
See it if as a timely piece on a relentlessly tragic phenomenon that engages instantly & keeps you in a slow burn. Cast & writing don't disappoint.
Don't see it if Definitely worth seeing. Emotional and painful, yes, but effective & on point. "In-the-round" stage; cast & staff deftly manage few props.
See it if You're not afraid of having the conversation about school shootings and guns in America. You like an intimate theatre (audience faces each
Don't see it if other), with awesome actors. Don't see it if the topic triggers you, if seeing a gun frightens you, or if you're opposed to harsh language.
See it if you want to see a powerful play about guilt and accountability that takes place after a school shooting.
Don't see it if you want a lighthearted or elaborate production. This is a heavy drama that consists of a series of two-person scenes and a bare-bones set.
See it if You’d like character studies of deputy who froze while crazy 15-year-old killed 12 classmates; his partner; wife; killer’s dad; sad mom, etc
Don't see it if You’d dislike a somewhat slow-motion & stilted emotional spinning machine of a play. Not much meat on these highly predictable bones.
See it if Aftermath of a school gunshot; perspectives of various agents; all actors are great; playwright aims to provoke but not to resolve
Don't see it if Audience seated at both sides of a middle ground/stage, can see others’ faces in scenes; 80 min no intermission; super depressing ending
See it if You like topical plays that present their story as almost vignettes . Enjoy good dialogue and a few powerful moments.
Don't see it if You want strong characters and clear character arcs. Enjoy narratives.
See it if a tight drama about the aftermath of a school shooting with themes of judgement & forgiveness seems like your thing. Excellent production.
Don't see it if you want something light and less intense or prefer pure entertainment that doesn't challenge you
See it if A well written, superbly acted, authentic-feeling play about the aftermath of a school shooting interests you.
Don't see it if It’s as bleak as it sounds. While it feels realistic, the story does not go in any unexpected places. At the end, feels a bit pointless.
See it if Interesting play about a school shooting and the after effects of an officer's activity during the tragedy. Good storyline kept me engaged
Don't see it if You prefer a lighter subject matter. Play ran about 75 minutes. Good acting, lighting, and simple set design made for an interesting evening
See it if You’re interested in a story about the aftermath of a U.S. school shooting. A thought provoking exploration of bravery vs. cowardice.
Don't see it if The topic is off putting. If sad, intense works don’t appeal to you. If you want more insight into the characters, or why shootings happen.
See it if If you want to know what happens to security people when a shooting occurs in a school.People have very strong emotions about these particul
Don't see it if If you want to see an elaborate set or for that matter some name actors.If you want to deal with a subject which occurs in the US.
See it if Intense drama examining how pepl's behavior is affected forever after HS shooting.Solid production&moving story exhibiting themes of guilt,*
Don't see it if You want to be politically correct and avoid the serious issue.
See it if you want to see current news (with a decidedly progressive perspective) brought to life in an intelligent professional production.
Don't see it if you want a two sided argument -- although it pretends to be fair -- a gun rights person would not sympathize with this protagonist here.
See it if you want a very well done play that explores a school shooting from perspectives we don't usually take. Rebuts "good guy w/ a gun" argument
Don't see it if you can't handle the topic.