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  • Actors’ Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre Presents: Unreasonable Doubt
    May 12, 2010 - 12:00am to Jun 6, 2010 - 12:00am
    Actors’ Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre
    280 Miracle Mile

    Unreasonable Doubt, a new play by South Florida playwright Michael McKeever, was a winning play of Actor’s Playhouse Pen to Stage Contest presented in a staged reading at the Miracle Theatre in June 2008. Unreasonable Doubt is full of insight and compassion, and a penetrating look at American justice and how it sometimes fails the society it’s meant to protect with revenge and redemption intersecting in this thought-provoking drama. Unable to touch the man who savagely raped and murdered his daughter, Ty Boswoth does the next best thing; he kidnaps the defense lawyer who put the killer back on the street. Unreasonable Doubt uses one family’s tragedy to explore the impact of a legal system grown ineffectual in our society, as a tiny cabin in the woods becomes a courtroom from the American justice system itself.

    For tickets or more information, please call (305) 444-9293 or visit www.actorsplayhouse.org

    Unreasonable Doubt, a new play by South Florida playwright Michael McKeever, was a winning play of Actor’s Playhouse Pen to Stage Contest presented in a staged reading at the Miracle Theatre in June 2008. Unreasonable Doubt is full of insight and compassion, and a penetrating look at American justice and how it sometimes fails the society it’s meant to protect with revenge and redemption intersecting in this thought-provoking drama. Unable to touch the man who savagely raped and murdered his daughter, Ty Boswoth does the next best thing; he kidnaps the defense lawyer who put the killer back on the street. Unreasonable Doubt uses one family’s tragedy to explore the impact of a legal system grown ineffectual in our society, as a tiny cabin in the woods becomes a courtroom from the American justice system itself.

    For tickets or more information, please call (305) 444-9293 or visit www.actorsplayhouse.org