Pardoned is a play involving three prisoners, who are to be executed for crimes they did/did not commit. Two of the three inmates on death row are convinced of their guilt, and in their view are deserving of the capital punishment. The play is a portrayal of their love, bitterness, fear, anguish and betrayal. The play also involves a third inmate, who finds himself at the centre of all the crimes, and yet is immune to the process of grief, until he sees the twist of fate. Pardoned tells us, that we are the prisoners of our own mind, irrespective of whether we are in chains or we are free. Please contact 78936-56789 for further details.