I love theatre that asks questions of the audience and makes them think. I also love plays that address topics that need addressing. – Angela Astle, Athena Project Executive Producer
Honor Killing is a suspenseful and compelling story of New York Times reporter Allisyn Davis who is investigating the honor killing of a young Pakistani woman at the hands of family. Through a series of cultural collisions, candid interviews, and dangerous encounters she learns the horrifying details of the killing. Cultural bias, technology, and the limits of ethical reporting converge in this tale of two women trapped by their circumstances and culture. Angela Astle talks about the play and her experience as director. Check out the full story or learn more about Honor Killing and buy tickets.