A fascinating dramatisation of a conspiracy theory surrounding Kennedy's assassination It's the 1990s, and Lynette, an ex-assistant editor at LIFE magazine, now living in obscurity, has gathered her family around her to celebrate her birthday. She has a secret that she needs to confide in them. In the 1960s, when she worked as an assistant on LIFE magazine, she was an 'unwilling' witness to the first showing of the (in)famous 'Zapruder' film about the assassination of Kennedy, which allegedly proved the theory that there was a second assassin. Chosen by her boss to hand over the film to the FBI, Lynette is the last surviving link in this particular chain of mysterious events. Thirty years later and the controversy still rumbles on: Will the retiring ex-Assistant forsake her and her family's anonymity for the sake of demonstrating this incontrovertible evidence to the world? Frame 312 is published to tie in with the Donmar Warehouse production in March 2002.
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Author Biography - Keith Reddin
The author"s adaptation of Mikhail Bulgakov"s "Black Snow" at the Goodman Theatre, Chicago, USA, won the Joseph Jefferson Award for Best Play in 1993. He was also awarded the Charles MacArthur Fellows hip 1993, an NEA Playwriting Fellowship in 1984, the San Diego Critics Circle Award for Best New Pla y in 1989 and 1990, the Joseph Kesserling Award in 1990 and a Drama-Logue Award in 1990.