From Offender to Entrepreneur: Staged Reading of The Castle
"Gripping Theater..True and Compelling" Ida Siegal NBC TV
Join us on Thursday, December 8th @7pm for the Boston premiere of The Castle. Originally written and performed Off-Broadway by four former prison inmates, the play conveys a powerful message about the challenges that ex-offenders face and societal treatment of people coming out of prison.
The performance will be followed by a panel discussion "Working Together to Achieve Economic Independence" moderated by WBUR senior news reporter, David Boeri.
After the event all attendees will be invited to continue the dialogue with the cast and panelists over coffee served in the lobby.
Tickets are $10 for Students, $30 Balcony, $60 Orchestra and the $150 VIP seating tickets include a special 6pm preshow reception with hot and cold hors d'oeuvres.
This event is sponsored by Babson College, Community Resources for Justice and Faber Daeufer Itrato & Cabot PC. Proceeds to benefit Venturing Out, a non-profit organisation that offers self-employment training to court-involved adults and youth.
Please note tickets sales are final and once purchased are non-refundable.
Sorenson Center for the Arts at Babson College (View)
231 Forest Street
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