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'd enjoy an emotional play centered on a deputy sheriff's reaction to a school shooting and you're not triggered by a gun on the stage.
Don't see it if you don't like facing the other half of the audience. However, you'll see a riveted audience and after a while you'll forget they're there.
Also The actors were excellent!
See it if you want to see a realistic show that helps to tell a beautiful and relevant slice of life story. Unique staging and beautiful acting
Don't see it if you have issues with discussing gun violence, or are looking for an traditional action-filled show--most of the play is dialogue
See it if You are interested in great ensemble acting, and in seeing characters making decisions and dealing with questions that have no easy answers.
Don't see it if The subject matter hits too close to home, as I can see it may be upsetting to some. But very powerful.
See it if your interested in following peoples life that were affected by the aftermath of school shooting
Don't see it if If you get upset with the frank discussion of detailed event of a school shooting and if your skirmish about seeing a gun on stage.