Oswald: The Actual Interrogation, With Ben Williams and Ed Dixon, Begins at Casa Maņana Nov. 9

By Adam Hetrick
09 Nov 2013

Ed Dixon
Ed Dixon
Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

Oswald: The Actual Interrogation, starring Ben Williams as Lee Harvey Oswald, plays the Dallas-area Casa Mańana Theatre beginning Nov. 9. The production begins as the nation marks the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy.

Presented through Nov. 17, Fort Worth, TX, audiences will witness the play in the days leading up to the Nov. 22 anniversary of Kennedy's death. Penned by Dennis Richard, the play uses actual notes from Oswald's interrogation by Police Captain Will Fritz and the Warren Commission.

Set over a period of 48 hours, Oswald, press notes state, "depicts the actual interrogation of suspect number one, Lee Harvey Oswald, as this defiant 24 year old maintains his innocence even as evidence mounts against him."

Casey Hushion directs a cast that includes Williams, Ed Dixon (Les Misérables, Anything Goes) as Sheriff Fritz, Bob Hess, Bob Reed, Paul T. Taylor, Montgomery Sutton, Bill Jenkins and Brian Mathis.



For tickets visit casamanana.org.