The Measure of Innocence takes a close look at systemic racism in the United States through the lens of the criminal justice system and prison industrial complex. We realize that PoC‘s or people whose lives have been affected by incarceration may feel isolated in an audience, as they may be the only representatives of these groups in the theater while these sensitive themes are being played out on stage. With this in mind, we invite BIPoC audience members and those whose lives have been impacted by incarceration to join us on Saturday, March 21st at 7:30 pm. Our goal is to create a comfortable and safe environment for watching the show and supporting the work of a PoC playwright and actors; audience advocates will be on hand to provide support in potentially triggering moments. The evening will also feature the opportunity for a post-show discussion, led by facilitator James Dixon, to further explore the themes of the show in a safe and supportive environment.
We are offering $15 tickets for this PoC Night, using the code Claudio when booking tickets online, by phone, or at the door.