Following a shooting at a local movie theatre, an attorney, an executive, a surgeon, and a student must cope with the startling realization that few degrees of separation stand between each one of them and the gunman.
A response to the 2012 massacre in Aurora, Colorado, The Rules examines the aftermath of a traumatic event from the perspective of its secondary victims and exposes the fallacy of action and consequence that underlies America’s notion of justice.
If civic life is an agreed-upon game, a construct, what’s at stake in winning? And what does it mean to lose?
Yale School of Drama, The Iseman Theater, 2014
Play by: Jireh Breon Holder
Dramaturg: Nahuel Telleria
Sound Design: Pornchanok Kanchanabanca
Stage Manager: Shannon L. Gaughf
Actors: Cornelius Davidson, Galen Kane, Tiffany Mack, Aaron Luis Profumo, Ariana Venturi
Production Photos: Joey Moro