Videos and Scripts of performances and interviews from San Quentin State Prison, Solano State Prison, and the Returned Citizens Theatre Troupe.
FREEDOM ISN’T FREE – An original play created in collaboration with members of Veterans Healing Veterans from the Inside Out, December 29, 2016
PARALLEL PLAY 2016: Autobiographical Stories from San Quentin, October 21, 2016
Parallel Play 2016 post-show Question & Answer Session
NOBODY TOLD US WE WERE DIAMONDS: THE STORY OF HOW I FOUND ME
The inaugural production of autobiographical stories by the Returned Citizens Theatre Troupe, May 20, 2016.
KQED Newsroom: A special report that includes “Big Azz” talking about his experience playing a butterfly and Julius Caesar.
Stories from San Quentin 2015 – Parallel Play: autobiographical stories written and performed by Shakespeare at San Quentin actors
Stories from San Quentin 2015 Q&A
“Life Stories” – Song
Stand Up – Comedy
Theatre of War
an original theatre piece created and performed by incarcerated veterans from Veterans Healing Veterans from the Inside Out, under the direction of Lesley Currier.
Theatre of War – Q& A
Theatre of War – Sole Survivor Song
Theatre of War – Now I Can Rise Song
Solano State Prison:
Shakespeare at San Quentin’s The Merry Wives of Windsor
What We Wish We Knew As Teenagers – interviews with Shakespeare at San Quentin actors about what it was like to be a teenager, what they would say to teenagers today, and what they wish they’d known when they were teenagers.
Shakespeare at San Quentin’s The Merchant of Venice
Stories from San Quentin 2013
Original autobiographical stories inspired by The Merchant of Venice
Stories from San Quentin 2013 Individual Videos and Scripts
Stories from San Quentin, 2012
Original Autobiographical Stories inspired by Hamlet – Video and Scripts.”
Shakespeare in Blue
a 36-minute documentary film by David White
Prison Bridges a 12 minute video about Shakespeare at San Quentin and the healing power of arts in corrections, by David White
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