‘Down the Road’ goes down a gory trail

By From page B14 | October 25, 2013

“Down the Road” is where you’ll travel with serial killer William Reach as he’s interviewed for his tell-all biography by Iris and Dan Henniman. The play, written by Lee Blessing, is presented by EMH Productions at The Geery Theatre, 2130 L St. in Sacramento now through Thursday, Oct. 31.

Iris Henniman has taken on her first job with her husband Dan to co-author the first book ever to come directly from the infamous William Reach. They will hear and record the tell-all gory details of Reach as he recounts his killings of 19 girls.

His last appeal for life without parole has been denied. Now all that’s left is your participation in hearing his stories as presented live by Iris and Dan. Be prepared for your skin to crawl, just a little, as you watch from the safety of the live studio audience. Delve into Blessing’s poignant and provocative exploration of the consequences to consuming violence.

This one-act show is directed by Kara Ow and features Dustin Miller, a great new local find, Jake Lyall, a wonderful NorCal indie film and theater actor, and Elise Hodge, producer and creative director with EMH Productions.

“Down the Road” will perform at 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, 7 p.m. on Sunday and there is a special Halloween performance on Thursday, Oct. 31 at 8 p.m. at The Geery Theatre, 2130 L St. in Midtown Sacramento.

Reservations are encouraged for this mature audiences only performance.

Tickets can be reserved for $25 at or purchased with cash only at the door. Tickets for seniors, students and SARTA members are $17. Refreshments are served in the lobby.

Emh Productions

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