Cry Havoc Theatre the company will return with a second run of Shots Fired which played to much acclaim and to sold-out houses earlier this year. In Dallas on July 7, 2016, a peaceful rally in response to recent police shootings of unarmed black men by white police officers around the country ended in tragedy when an African American Army Reserve veteran ambushed police officers, killing five and wounding nine. In the Fall of 2016, a group of teenagers interviewed police officers, protesters, the trauma surgeon on-call that night, and other community members about the events and their impact. Their stories and the company's reflections on them offer a snapshot of race relations in Dallas. The production will open with the original cast on the one-year anniversary, July 7, 2017 at the Trinity River Arts Center. The production is co-directed by Ruben Carrazana and Mara Richards Bim.