The Exonerated Fundraiser For The Georgia Innocence Project

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If you are in Atlanta, see some of Atlanta's top actors come together for a one night event to raise monies for the Georgia Innocence Project. Watch "The Exonerated" live on stage on Monday, June 1st @7:30 pm.

Culled from interviews, letters, transcripts and case files"The Exonerated" tells the true stories of six wrongfully convicted survivors of death row in their own words. Written by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen.

Directed by Susan G. Reid and starring (in alphabetical order):

Cynthia D. Barker (Stage credits: Elemeno Pea, A Raisin in The Sun, Macbeth)
Keith Arthur Bolden(TV/Film credits: The Have and Have Nots, Bolden, Cordon)
Amber Germain Chaney (TV/Film credits: The Hunger Games, The Walking Dead)
Rob Cleveland (Stage credits: Driving Miss Daisy, The Green Book, Dividing The Estate)
Lala Cochran (Stage credits:Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Waffle Palace, Superior Donuts)
Brian Kurlander (Stage: Damn Yankees, A Little Night Music (NY), Spike Heels (LA)
Eric J. Little (Stage: Superior Donuts, Fly, Macbeth)
Daniel Thomas May (TV/Film: The Walking Dead, Nashville, Sleepy Hollow)
Rob Mello (TV/Film: Finding Carter, Prisoners)
Stephan Jones (Stage: Frost/Nixon: Les Miserables, Sweeney Todd)

After the show, Clarence Harrison will share his story of being imprisoned for 17 years for a crime he did not commit. With the help of the Georgia Innocence Project, he was exonerated. In addition, Eddie James Lowery tells his story of his arrest at 22, his 10 year imprisonment and finally his exoneration after 11 years with the assistance of the Innocence Project in NY.

Aimee Maxwell, the Executive Director of The Georgia Innocence Project will share what they are doing to help the wrongfully convicted and hold a Q&A.

General admission tickets are $35.00.

To purchase tickets: or to make a tax-deductible donation go to

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