(L-R) Julie Bray-Morris, Sonita Suratt, Mantee Murphy, and Marty Liquori

The testimony of the title comes from a young black woman, Jacintha (Sonita Surratt), being held in a New York City prison on a murder charge. A white psychiatrist (Julie Bray-Morris) is interviewing Jacintha. The session is audiotaped by a black technician (Mantee M. Murphy) while a white technician (Marty Liquori) makes a videotape that can be seen on two monitors.


Presented as part of the 1991-92 Season

Play opened May 20, 1992 at the Harry De Jur Playhouse

Artist Credits

Credit Artist Photo
Playwright Safiya Henderson-Holmes
Director Raina Von Waldenburg
Set Designer Nathan Jones
Lighting Designer Marty Liquori
Actor Marty Liquori
Actor Julie Bray-Morris
Actor Mantee M. Murphy
Actor Sonita Surratt

All 1991-92 Season productions: