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Real Estate Attorney Lets Audience Decide Outcome of His Play

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WALNUT CREEK - A Bay Area real estate attorney has created an opportunity for an audience to vote on the guilt of a murder suspect. And the verdict can change from evening to evening.

This scene won't take place in a courtroom - at least, not a real one. It'll happen on stage in a fabricated courtroom featuring the work of David E. Harris, litigation shareholder at Miller Starr Regalia, who combines his knowledge of the law with his fondness for story telling.

The production of his play "Glorious Sunset," a murder mystery/courtroom drama, will be produced by OnStage Theater at the Dean Lesher Regional Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek from March 5 to March 28.