Stage production makes lasting impression

By Russell Zazueta After the cast performed an enchanting pre-show in the hallway, throngs of Elans entered the Black Box Theatre for “The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail.” Director Kelly Hogan executed a wonderful interpretation of the original 1970 two-act play by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. The play takes place in 1846 Concord, Mass., when people were reluctant to question religion and politics for fear of being charged…

March 26, 2014