[Listen to the sound design by Brendan Monte while reading the review]
A former student walks into the library and opens fire. He asks a student where everyone is hiding. She reveals they are in the AV closet. He opens the closet and kills everyone inside. Who was the person that revealed the location of the students hiding? Was it Caitlin, the girl who was shot but survived and denies that she said it? Was it Joy, the girl who was praying before she was killed? Was it Ryan, the student who swears that is Caitlin?
The actors do a fantastic job emotionally portraying the community trying to come to terms with what happened and move on. In this story, the focus is on blaming the person who told of the location where the students were hiding more than they focus on blaming the shooter. An especially intense scene takes place at the police station where Caitlin is interrogated by an officer who believes she is lying.
The sound design for this production is excellent. It perfectly sets the tone for the emotional performance. It is an original composition created for this production.
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