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The Darress Theatre
Boonton, NJ
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Oswald: is an Historical Play about the man who was accused of assassinating John F. Kennedy and a police officer named JD Tippit. But before standing trial he himself is assassinated. A group of Lawyers and Judges are quickly assembled to form a Commission. Most of these men are hesitant to join such a campaign but are talked into patriotism By Lyndon Johnson. Their objective was to quell the growing talks of conspiracy no matter what the cost. These conspiracy theories could threaten National Security and could cost the lives of 40 million Americans if allowed to continue.
In a gallop poll conducted in 2013, 80% of Americans still believe that there was some kind of a conspiracy to cover up the facts of this Cruel and Shocking Act.
This play presents original testimony and exhibits that lean away from the Warren Commissions version of how the events unfolded that dreadful day in Dallas.


The Darress Theatre (View)
615 Main Street
Boonton, NJ 07005
United States


Arts > Theatre

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: No


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