Mo'olelo Stages Play About School Shootings
Maureen Cavanaugh: An act of violence casts a long shadow. It can darken the lives of the innocent as well as the guilty. A drama opening at the La Jolla Playhouse tonight explores the process of grief, guilt, blame and survival that follows a great tragedy. It is the tale of two fathers, one black and one white, whose lives are joined by one terrible shooting - a shooting that left both of their sons dead. But one of those sons was a victim, and the other pulled the trigger. The play is called GOOD BOYS and it's being presented by the Mo'olelo Performing Arts Company.
Seema Sueko is the Artistic Director at Mo'olelo Performing Arts Company. She is directing GOOD BOYS.
Robert Barry Fleming is an actor in GOOD BOYS, playing the role of Thomas Thurman, the father of one of the victims of the school shooting.
Dr. Ken Druck is a psychologist and the founder of the Jenna Druck Foundation. He consulted on the production of GOOD BOYS.