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A little-known American hero steps into the spotlight in Jeanne Sakata's eloquent one man show, Hold These Truths. The "Truths," of course, are the civil rights proclaimed in the Declaration of Independence and later enshrined in the Constitution. The man doing the holding -- despite enormous pressures from his own government -- is one Gordon Hirabayashi. When the government decides to mass incarcerate all people of Japanese ancestry on the West Coast, it is Hirabayashi, a college student and conscientious objector, who decides to fight for the rights of all Americans. Join him on his journey toward a greater understanding of America's triumphs and failings. Joel de la Fuente ( Law & Order: Special Victims Unit) stars in this absorbing historical portrayal. Learn More
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Excellent play. Excellent acting by entire cast. The exquisite period costumes for Queen Elizabeth and Mary Stuart contrasted with the contemporary clothing for other roles helped keep the scenes spare with the focus on the content and...continued
Anne Allgood: Mary Stuart, Queen of Scotland, a prisoner in England
Allan Michael Barlow: Sir Amias Paulet, Knight, guardian of Mary
Suzanne Bouchard: Elizabeth Tudor, Queen of England
Dale Bowers: The Earl of Kent/Guard
Joshua Carter: Mortimer, nephew to Paulet
Peter Crook: William Cecil, Lord Burleigh, High Treasurer
Bradford Farwell: Count Aubespine, the French Ambassador/Sheriff
Allen Fitzpatrick: George Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury
Alex Garnett: O’Kelly, friend to Mortimer/Guard
Jon Lutyens: Page/Guard/Drury
Terry Edward Moore: Melvil, Mary’s house steward
Marianne Owen: Hanna Kennedy, Mary’s nurse and confidante
John Ulman: William Davison, Secretary of State/Guard
R. Hamilton Wright: Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester
*Cast current at publication, but subject ot change without notice.
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