Limited Engagement! Crime Against Humanity A Play Based On Real Life Experiences of 14 Puerto Rican Political Prisoners After 5000 tickets sold, 130 shows, in over 20 cities, Crime Against Humanity Returns to Chicago. Tickets ($10-$20) available at: CrimeAgainstHumanity.net Written […]
After performing to over 5000 people throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico, Crime Against Humanity returns to New York. Crime Against Humanity is a play based on the real life experiences of fourteen Puerto Rican political prisoners who spent more […]
On September 10, 1979, after years of organizing and campaigning, the Puerto Rican Nationalist Five were released. Twenty years to that date, and as a result of a similar demand for freedom, 11 Puerto Rican political prisoners were freed after many years of incarceration.
This review raises a basic question: why put on, write, create theater if there is no necessity to investigate a social relationship? Theater is the most traditional art but also, because of its nature, most tactile, social and conducive to community…
The cast and crew of Crime against Humanity would like to truly thank every person that helped make 2008 east coast tour a success…
These photos were taken during the Columbia College show on October 16, 2008. Created with Admarket’s flickrSLiDR.
Check out the East Coast Crime Against Humanity shows this December!
The cast of Crime Against Humanity is holding three shows at Batey Urbano (2620 W Division Street) this weekend to raise money for their trip to Puerto Rico. Please support this amazing work.
Crime Against Humanity sponsored by Public Square, filmed by CAN-TV.