Written, directed, and performed by Meshaun Labrone
A workshop performance
February 25, 2019 | 7:00pm
Robert Moss Theater
440 Lafayette Street, 3rd floor
“...justice wasn’t enough. I wanted a body!”
One hour before his execution, ex-police officer turned active shooter, Daryl “Spook” Spokane, will give a live televised interview from Death Row. Convicted of murdering five of his fellow officers during the Morning Roll Call massacre, Spokane will reveal why he committed such a heinous act. This will be the first time Spokane has uttered a single word in three years since the mass shooting.
MESHAUN LABRONE is the writer/performer of the one-man show, "POWER!" Stokely Carmichael, which had a successful award-winning run in 2015-2017. On September 23, 2017 and March 10, 2018, "POWER!" Stokely Carmichael played at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture's Oprah Winfrey Theater. Mr. Labrone received international recognition for his critically-acclaimed one-man show, Right to Remain...Tupac Shakur, which he performed at the Tara Theatre, Off-West End, London. Labrone was a repertory member of the Miami Theatre Center and has been in such plays as Two Trains Running (M Ensemble), Body and Sold (The Kennedy Center), and The Tin Soldier under the direction of former Moscow Art Theatre Director Slava Dolgochev. He's also performed in film and television. He earned his BFA in Theatre from Florida International University in Miami in 2005, and a TEFL certificate in Prague, Czech Republic in 2006. Labrone has spent 11 years as a Corrections Officer for the State of Florida, Special Deputy U.S Marshal, and D.C. Police Officer.
For more about Meshaun and SPOOK, check out our blog updates here.
For a filmed interview about the development of SPOOK, click here.