Inmates' Performance At San Quentin Resonates Years Later
In 2002, a nine-man cast of convicted killers and felons in San Quentin delivered an ambitious performance of “John Brown’s Body,” an epic poem about slavery and the Civil War. The performance still resonates with the cast members more than a decade later. Kate Kelly reports.
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