Pedro Castillo is Innocent
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Pedro Castillo is Innocent
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Pedro Castillo is Innocent NYC Reviews and Tickets

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Slow, Intelligent

About the Show

Theater for the New City presents a play about a man wrongfully convicted is inspired by the story of Fernando Bermudez.

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Intelligent, Slow

See it if You want something long

Don't see it if I fell asleep half way through so there isnt much to say. I thought it was slow

Critic Reviews (2)

Theatre is Easy
February 9th, 2016

"A meaningful attempt to dramatize the important story of wrongfully imprisoned Fernando Bermudez...The problem with the play lies in what Solnik has chosen to be the focus of the story...I have to wonder if the play would have been more successful if they had stuck to a completely factual or completely fictional story, rather than somewhere in between."
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February 15th, 2016

"Inspired by the wrongful 18-year imprisonment of Fernando Bermudez, who was falsely accused of murder, the play itself did not go into the details of the actual case. The potential writing talent of the playwright was unfortunately not evident. I found the 'Liberty' character personally offensive. The production missed the mark in many regards and failed to take advantage of the opportunity to take us on an emotional journey."
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