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September 11, 2019 39 min
When national security and civil liberties are at odds, fundamental rights are often undermined or violated. “Inquisitions (and Other Un-American Activities)” explores this theme through a dramatic recreation of the Haymarket bombing in Chicago and other crackdowns on dissent. With the FBI interrogation of activist Lucy Parsons in 1919 at its center, Act 1 takes listeners back to the birth of the movement for an eight-hour workday and the resulting violence in 1886 Chicago. Written for radio by Greg Guma, directed by Bill Boardman, and produced by Catalyst Theatre.
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