The Exonerated


Saturday, February 28, 2004

The former Attorney General Janet Reno said that The Exonerated will do more to promote justice than any literary effort she knows. It's a play that features the real life stories of people who were arrested, tried, and committed to death row for years — before having their sentence overturned. Trey Kay tells the story of how The Exonerated came to the stage, and where it's going now.

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Trey Kay

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