‘Down the Road’ is a dark journey
SACRAMENTO — “Down the Road” is where audiences will travel with serial killer William Reach as he’s interviewed for his tell all biography by Iris and Dan Henniman.
Henniman has taken on her first job with her husband Dan to co-author the only book ever to come directly from the infamous William Reach. They will hear and record the tell-all gory details as Reach recounts his killings of 19 girls. His last appeal for life without parole as been denied … now all that’s left is hearing his skin-crawling stories. Audiences will delve into writer Lee Blessing’s poignant and provocative exploration of the consequences to consuming violence.
This one-act show presented by EHM Productions and directed by Kara Ow features actors Dustin Miller, Jake Lyall and Elise Hodge. This play is for mature audiences only.
“Down the Road” will perform at 8 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, 7 p.m. on Sundays through the Oct. 27 plus a special Halloween performance at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 31, at The Geery Theatre, 2130 L St., Midtown Sacramento. Tickets can be reserved for $25 at emhpros.weebly.com, or bought at the door (cash only). Seniors, students and SARTA members pay $17. Refreshments are served in the lobby; reservations are encouraged.
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