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A trail of lies, secrets, and racial prejudice is uncovered when a pair of journalists, Zora Neale Hurston and William Bradford Huie, investigate the murder of a white doctor by an affluent African American woman. Based on a true case in South Florida in 1952, this suspenseful drama has powerful implications to this day, posing questions of fairness and justice in a small Southern town.

This is an LA Theatre Works full-cast performance featuring Shannon Cochran, O’Neil Compton, Ronny Cox, Loretta Devine, William Frankfather, K. Todd Freeman, Shana Freeman, Susie Glaze, Anthony Griffith, Andrew Hawkes, Reginald Hayes, Lyvingston Holmes, Ella Joyce, Shirley Knight, Jenifer Lewis, Cynthia Martells, Kevin McCarthy, James Morrison, Logan Ramsey, John Randolph, Steve Rankin, Charlie Robinson, Peggy Roeder, David Selby, Jean Smart, Kurtwood Smith, Norman Snow, Paul Winfield, and Robert Wisdom.

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About the Narrators

Ronny Cox is an actor, singer-songwriter, and musician who made his acting debut in the acclaimed 1972 film Deliverance as Drew Ballinger, a businessman and one of the banjo players in that film’s famous dueling banjos scene. Other roles include Lieutenant Andrew Bogomil in Beverly Hills Cop, Richard “Dick” Jones in RoboCop, and Vilos Cohaagen in Total Recall, and many appearances in television series throughout the 1990s and early 2000s. In addition to acting, Cox has also released five albums and tours music festivals.

Shannon Cochran is an actress and director, whose work includes the First National Tour of the Pulitzer Prize–winning play August: Osage County, a film opposite Kathleen Turner called The Perfect Family, and Last Days, a radio play for the BBC. She has performed and directed with LA Theatre Works, an organization producing radio plays for NPR, for fifteen years.

Edward “Ed” Asner is an American actor best known for his Emmy-winning role as Lou Grant on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, later continued in a spin-off series, Lou Grant. He has made dozens of appearances—including voice-over work—on television shows and has recorded a number of audiobooks.

David Selby is an actor, playwright, and poet. He received BS and MA degrees from West Virginia University and a PhD from Southern Illinois University. He is well known for his role as Quentin Collins in Dark Shadows. David has carved out an impressive stage career with many Broadway appearances, including Ghandi, The Heiress, The Eccentricities of a Nightingale, and I Won’t Dance. He has had several roles in television and film, and he has published several poetry collections.

Blair Underwood is an author and award-winning actor, director, and producer. He lives in Los Angeles, California.

Jenifer Lewis has made more than three hundred television and film appearances and currently stars on the hit show Black-ish. Her unique voice is adored by Disney fans worldwide as “Flo” in Cars 1, 2, and 3, as “Mama Odie” in the Princess and the Frog, and as “Professor Granville” in Big Hero 6. She delivered legendary performances in Think like a Man, Madea’s Family Reunion, What’s Love Got to Do with It, and The Preacher’s Wife. Lewis has performed in four Broadway shows, including Hairspray, and has headlined in more than two hundred concerts and one-woman shows around the world.