"Blanket of Dust," currently premiering in NYC is the quintessential play for members of the 9/11 Truth Community. I was simply blown away. The quality and acting are top notch. It speaks directly and forcefully without hesitation or apology of the painful truths, and the personal consequences and dilemmas of facing them. Those in the 9/11 Truth Community will see and feel themselves so well on the stage that the line between art and life blurs. This play is a breakthrough moment in theater for the 9/11 Truth movement. It must be experienced to know how excellent and powerful it is. Support this amazing groundbreaking play, and encourage people you know to experience it.World Premiere Of "A Blanket Of Dust"
A Blanket of Dust is a political thriller with a powerhouse cast. It is the story of Diana Crane, a modern day Antigone. The daughter of a US Senator whose husband has died in the World Trade Center, her subsequent ordeal in seeking justice for his murder ultimately drives her to the outer fringes of society. Struggling with facts that the government, the media, her family and her countrymen deny, she finally confronts them all in a harrowing act of sacrificial tragedy.
On the morning of 9/11, Diana Crane, the daughter of a ranking US Senator, gets a farewell phone call from her husband trapped in Tower 1, just before it collapses. She rushes in a panic to New York City to witness the solitary collapse of Building 7, never hit by an airplane. She is tortured by the evidence that all 3 buildings seemed to collapse identically, with their remains suggesting they were purposely demolished. Follow Diana as she pursues the most powerful people in Washington to seek justice for her husband's death, only to learn that the government for the people, by the people...may not actually be for the people.
For an Interview with Richard Squires talking about "A Blanket of Dust," please navigate to: Making It Happen: A Blanket of Dust Playwright Richard Squires Discusses Bringing 9/11 & Antigone Together to Spark a Major Debate
Venue and Schedule:
Schedule: June 6th through 30th, 2018 (Mondays through Saturdays at 7:00 PM. Matinees Saturdays at 2:00 PM. No shows on Sundays.)
Venue: The Flea Theater, 20 Thomas Street, New York, NY 10007, (212) 226-0051
Tickets: On line
Production website: Blanket of Dust
Jesica Frances Duke
James Patrick Nelson
Peter J. Romano
Peggy J. Scott