inside prison

A Play That Confronts the Horror of Solitary Confinement

On a recent Thursday evening, a small crowd gathered in a sweaty upstairs room in a Lutheran church in Bed Stuy for “Mariposa and the Saint,” a short play composed entirely from the text of letters written by a woman named Sara (Mariposa) Fonseca while she was serving a fifteen-month sentence in solitary confinement. The letters were written to an artist and activist named Julia Steele Allen, who also, by Fonseca’s request, plays Mariposa in the production. [read the full story here]

New Yorker, Monday, October 19, 2015

tags: Prison Conditions & Corruption, New York



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