It was an open and shut case. All the evidence said Caroline Crale poisoned her philandering husband, a brilliant painter. She was quickly and easily convicted and sentenced to life in prison. Now, sixteen years later, in a posthumous letter, Mrs. Crale has assured her grown daughter Carla that she was innocent. But instead of setting the young woman's mind at ease, the letter only raises disquieting questions. Did Caroline indeed write the truth? And if she didn't kill her husband, who did? Carla is determined to find answers-no matter how terrible those answers may be.
Performances were on January 26-27 at 8pm and 27 at 2pm in Kresge Little Theater (W16-035).
Funded by a Director's Grant from the Council for the Arts at MIT