Staged Reading of "Justice for Henry Maurice Carter"

October 15, 2015 - 7:00pm
RCAH Theater
362 Bogue Street, Snyder-Phillips Hall
East Lansing, MI 48823
United States

Two staged readings of “Justice for Maurice Henry Carter” by Donald Molnar & Alicia Payne and directed by RCAH professor Lisa Biggs will take place in conjunction with the Living Inside the World exhibit at RCAH LookOut! Art Gallery.

Performance times and locations include:

Admission for both venues is free.

"Justice for Maurice Henry Carter" is a powerful drama based on the true story of Doug Tjapkes, a former broadcast journalist and church organ salesman, and Maurice Henry Carter, a wrongly convicted man serving time for shooting a Benton Harbor police officer. For ten years, these two men struggled to secure Carter’s freedom with a team of volunteers and students from the Innocence Project, forging a unique friendship -- and brotherhood -- along the way.

About Living Inside the World:

From October 5 to 23, 2015, visit the RCAH LookOut! Art Gallery for Living Inside the World, an exhibit organized by Prison Creative Arts Project (PCAP) at the University of Michigan and curated by Charlie Michaels. Living Inside the World features paintings, drawings, and sculptures by artists currently incarcerated in the state of Michigan. The featured artists demonstrate an intensive commitment to visual art as a personal creative practice and a form of communicating and engaging with the world outside prison walls.

RCAH LookOut! Art Gallery is open Monday through Friday, 12 to 3 p.m.