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 than two decades in prisons for seditious conspiracy- one of whom are still incarcerated.
The production brings us into the U.S. prison system in a way no other play has, focusing on the politically motivated use of isolation, selective punishment, sensory deprivation and disproportionate sentences.
Saturday January 12th at the RED CARPET THEATRE, 240 E 123rd St New York, NY 10035.
Time: 6:30 pm
Produced by the National Boricua Human Rights Network New York City Chapter
For tickets and more information please visit CrimeAgainstHumanity.net (646) 450-4014
Or can be picked up in person East Harlem Cafe 1651 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY