Day Room Window, drawn from true life experience, uses the theatre to advocate for social justice.
Based on the playwright’s true experience, Day Room Window is a bold new play about nine adolescent girls incarcerated as adults in a women’s prison. As the play brings the lives of youth in adult prison out of the darkness, you’ll discover who they are, how they got there and their individual journeys toward self-discovery and the possibility of salvation. You’ll be drawn into a world of injustice, compassion, courage and hope and experience the power of theatre to illuminate, challenge and engage.
The play’s production features some of Pittsburgh’s talented veteran stage professionals and exciting young female actors.
The premiere production of Day Room Window is made possible by the support of a Seed Award from The Sprout Fund, The Pittsburgh Foundation, The Three Rivers Community Foundation and individual contributors.