Zachary Lazar is the author of the novel Sway, the memoir Evening’s Empire: The Story of My Father’s Murder, and the forthcoming novel I Pity the Poor Immigrant. His work has appeared in New York Times Magazine, Los Angeles Times, BOMB, and elsewhere. He lives in New Orleans.
Terrence Williams (Roman Soldier): Convicted of murder, serving a life sentence at Angola. Before the play, by way of introduction, some cast notes: Wilbert Marcelin (Male Voice Three) used to tap dance on Bourbon Street, just blocks from the Iberville . . .