Standing up for truth through live dramatic readings of classic and new plays; adding our voices to the resistance, that's the motto of The Alternative Truth Project in La Crosse.
Their next show on Friday, June 15 is Equivocation, which is defined as "the use of ambiguous language to conceal the truth or to avoid committing oneself" - and Equivocation is exactly that.
Robert Cecil, Secretary of State to James I, commissions the unwilling playwright William Shagspeare to write a history of the Gunpowder Plot, the failed assassination of King James
Shag takes on this controversial play and uncovers a murderous conspiracy so scandalous even he couldn't have written it. Greg Parmeter directs Bill Cain's "Equivocation," a play about speaking truth to power in difficult times.
WHAT: Alternative Truth Project staged reading of "Equivocation" by Bill Cain
WHEN: 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 15
WHERE: Frederick Theater, UW-La Crosse's Morris Hall
CAST: Greg Parmeter directs and acts in the production, with others including Sean McDevitt, Brandon Harris, Payge Rustad, John Divney, Barry McKnight and Dustin Luecke