These men are prisoners. But in 'Hamilton,' they saw themselves on stage.
I work with a group of men who aren’t used to seeing themselves in the narrative unless they’re portrayed as villains.
These men are prisoners. They understand that much of America thinks they’re monsters who deserve to be locked in cages. They are the bastard, orphan sons of … every kind of woman you can imagine. They are also beloved sons and husbands and part of close families who come to visit them every week.