This discussion is based on the reading and the film.
Do the men in the cast deserve any chance at recovery? Should society try to rehabilitate criminals? What must these criminals (or anyone else for that matter) do before they can ask for forgiveness? What do the histories of each prisoner tell us about our society and justice system? Obviously, the prisoners get something from the Shakespeare Behind Bars program, what is it? What level of participatory structure does Shakespeare Behind Bars use? (See pages 14-15)
the film: SHAKESPEARE BEHIND BARDS
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