Making A Murderer Attorneys Are Putting On A Two-Man Show To Discuss Steven Avery’s Case Live Onstage

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This is either going to be super informative… or really exploitative!

The controversial case of Teresa Halbach‘s murder has become a national sensation ever since Netflix first premiered Making a Murderer two months ago.

The ten-part docu-series follows the trial and eventual convictions of Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey and ignited a conversation about corruption in the Police force.

And while America may have become enamored in the investigation thanks to a TV show, the story is about to come to life through a whole new medium: live theater.

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Steven’s former attorneys Dean Strang and Jerry Buting were fan favorites from the series, and are looking to capitalize on their notoriety to teach other people about the “systemic failures of the criminal justice system.”

On March 31, Dean and Jerry will be holding a one-night only moderated discussion about Making a Murderer at the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank, New Jersey.

Unfortunately, the tickets sold out almost immediately after going on sale last Friday, but this does probably indicate that there will be even more events of similar nature.

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It’s unclear where the proceeds from the tickets — ranging in price from $39.50 to $59.50 — will be going, but the pair has spent most of their professional lives defending Steven, so we’re hoping they’ll put the money to good use.

Would U be interested in hearing Dean and Jerry’s personal thoughts on the Steven Avery case??

[Image via Count Basie Theatre.]

Feb 5, 2016 2:11pm PDT

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