A new play looks at what might happen if a conservative Republican leader changed his mind about God and guns.
"Church and State" imagines a Newtown-like mass shooting, in which a Senator's children survived. His views on God, and on gun rights, immediately shift. This comes as a problem for his wife, a devoutly religious woman who favors no restrictions on guns, despite the massacre at her children's school. And what would voters say? Our guests:
- Jason Odell Williams, playwright, Church and State
- Ralph Meranto, artistic director, JCC CenterStage