Roger Waters of Pink Floyd will be joining the revival of “The Exonerated” during its final week at the Culture Project in New York City. Via The New York Times:
“The Exonerated” follows the true stories of six people who were sentenced to death and later freed after evidence of their innocence came to light. It had its premiere in October 2002 and ran for over 600 performances, with a rotating cast of stars reading accounts by former death row inmates.
The Culture Project revived the show in September to note its 10th anniversary, and several stars have joined the six-person company for temporary stints, among them Stockard Channing, Brian Dennehy and Brooke Shields.