‘Assassination Theater’ and the risk of rabbit holes

Assassination Theater
“The labyrinth of circumstances and people who could have been involved”

“The play is presented lecture style, with audio/visual screens and actors portraying some of the most notorious characters associated with the assassination.”

“It s a complex presentation regarding the labyrinth of circumstances and people who could have been involved with the crime, including a former Chicago mobster who confessed to a former FBI agent that he was the main shooter.”

Source: Theater Review: ‘Assassination Theater’ Digs Too Many Rabbit Holes

“Assassination Theater,” written by Hillel Levin and directed by Kevin Christopher Fox, runs at the Museum of Broadcast Communications in Chicago, through November 7. Tickets are available at assassinationtheater.com or by calling (800) 838-3006..

1 thought on “‘Assassination Theater’ and the risk of rabbit holes”

  1. Has anyone been to this? Only 3 hours away from Chicago and I have read some online reviews, but has any jfkfacts.org readers been to the show?

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