The Columbine Project: The True Story of The Columbine High School Tragedy
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- A "GO" selection of LA Weekly.
- “The Columbine Project remains a respectful memorial to the event, and at the same time, provides a profound piece of theater that leaves the audience stunned, quiet and a little bit more understanding at the end." --Daily Bruin
- "Storiale has been able not only to explore the hows and whys of that most horrific of days, but that he has also somehow managed to fill his stage with nearly two dozen gifted performers is nothing short of miraculous." --StagesceneLA
- "Storiale has created a gripping, gut-wrenching play." --Stage Happenings
- "If every high-school in America could see this play, it would change the whole country - and the world." --Randall Wallace, screenwriter (Braveheart)
- Darrell Scott, father of Rachel Scott — one of the first victims of the 1999 massacre at Columbine High School — recently attended The Columbine Project in Los Angeles, calling it "wonderful" and "deeply moving." Mr. Scott joined in a post-show talkback with the cast and audience.
This drama focuses on the massacre at Columbine High School that left 13 people -- 12 of them students -- dead. The Columbine Project explores the tragic event from various perspectives before, after, and during that tragic day of April 20, 1999.
The Columbine Project recently garnered five Valley Theatre League Artistic Director Achievement Awards: Best Director of a Drama, Best Featured Actress, Best Lead Actor, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Stage Manager.
The script of The Columbine Project was part of the curriculum in the Theatre Ethics course at Utah University, and monologues from the script have been published in The Best of Women's Stage Monologues currently in bookstores nationwide.