When justice and morals collide, where is the line?
By Meghan Gardiner
Directed by Kayvon Khoshkam
Produced by SpeakEasy Theatre
March 14 - 23, 2019 • Studio B
Tickets only $29
A Riveting Tale of Revenge and Redemption
Now in his early fifties, Deke has been in Millhaven Prison without a cellmate for the past twenty years. He is surprised and annoyed when Corey, a twentysomething rich kid, joins him in his cell.
As a complicated bond slowly forms between the two unlikely cellmates, tensions rise as they debate the nature of their crimes, and the men must re-evaluate how they see each other after the true nature of their respective crimes is revealed. As Corey begs Deke for protection inside the prison, Deke is faced with a moral dilemma and is brought face-to-face with a decision he made twenty years ago.
Within the current moment of global accountability, including the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, Meghan Gardiner—beloved by Gateway audiences as a brilliant performer—shows she is an equally talented playwright in the world premiere of her provocative drama.
"As in her past works, Meghan Gardiner examines the dark side of human nature with
Audience considerations: Mature subject matter with explicit sexual content. Profanity. Recommended age: 14+
Seats are limited. Buy now to secure your seats.
SHOW TIMES & SPECIAL EVENTS
|PR = Preview||OP = Opening Night|
|AP = Afterplay*||TBT = Talkback Thursday*|
*The Afterplay and Talkback Thursday events for Gross Misconduct are
March 20, 7 p.m. - Wine Wednesday
Come join us for a complimentary pre-show wine tasting, presented by a local winery. Ages: 19+
Free to attend when you present your same-day Gross Misconduct ticket.
All special events are free with
|SCOTT BELLIS as Gareth||Director KAYVON KHOSHKAM|
|IAN BUTCHER as Deke||Producer/Set Designer MARKIAN TARASIUK|
|MIKE GILL as Corey||Costume Designer/Stage Manager VICTORIA SNASHALL|
|Lighting Designer JILLIAN WHITE|