Thirty years in a shoebox. After spending more than a quarter-century in solitary confinement, Jack L. Morris has a lot to say. This play animates Morris’ friendship with Sheila Pinkel, an artist troubled by the rise of incarceration in the United States. Jack’s letters to Sheila come to life in a dynamic show of monologue, movement and song, which all work together to paint a portrait of a man determined to be positive through decades of isolation and violence. This production re-evaluates concepts of crime and punishment.
See You In My Dreams
Fri-Sat, 7pm, $9+
Hammer Theatre Center, San Jose