New York University
Tisch School of the Arts
Mary Schmidt Campbell, Dean
|Institute of Performing Arts
||Department of Drama|
|Allyson Green, Associate Dean
||Edward Ziter, Chair|
Execution of Justice
By Emily Mann
Directed by Mark Armstrong
In November 1978, San Francisco city supervisor Dan White loaded a .38 revolver, walked into City Hall, fired four shots that killed Mayor George Moscone and then five shots that killed Harvey Milk, who was the first publicly gay elected official in the United States. Drawn from court transcripts and the public record, Execution of Justice dramatizes the controversial jury trial of Dan White and considers the broader issues of human rights and justice. Emily Mann's emotional play, which was produced on Broadway in 1986, intermixes video images with live stage action and music.
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