Michigan State University
Michigan State University, in concert with the Unitarian Universalist Church, presented a staged reading of Justice For Maurice Henry Carter in September 2015. The reading was part of the Living Inside the World exhibit of artwork coming from Michigan prisons.
National Black Theatre Festival
The 2015 National Black Theatre Festival presented a reading of Justice For Maurice Henry Carter at the Reader's Theatre of New Works, in Winston Salem, North Carolina. This is second time the play has been featured at the festival.
Cranbrook Public Library
The Cranbrook Public Library hosted an excerpt reading of Justice For Maurice Henry Carter under the auspices of the Canada Council's Playwrights' Reading Program, January 3, 2015. Donald Molnar and Alicia Payne read from their play, with the help of singer Jocelyn Molnar.
Ferrysburg Community Church
Arbez Drama Projects along with with Humanity for Prisoners mounted a workshop production of Justice For Maurice Henry Carter in the Ferrysburg Community Church in Grand Haven, Michigan. The Ferrysburg Community Church helped support the struggle for Maurice's freedom for ten years, before his untimely death from liver disease in the Fall of 2004. Maurice expressed his gratitude to the congregation in his first public appearance following his liberation. The workshop production of Justice For Maurice Henry Carter celebrated the ten year anniversary of his liberation.
Earnest C. Brooks Correctional Facility
Shakespeare Behind Bars facilitated a staged reading of Justice For Maurice Henry Carter for an invited audience at the Earnest C. Brooks Correctional Facility. Shakespeare Behind Bars is a not-for-profit theatre company that uses drama to help inmates develop life skills to ensure their successful reintegration into society as well as foster a life long love of theatre.
The inmates worked on the play for eleven months before presenting the staged reading to an invited audience of community activists, law enforcement officials and a state legislator.
The National Black Theatre Festival
The Readers' Theatre of New Works presented a reading of Justice For Maurice Henry Carter at the National Black Theatre Festival, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, August of 2013.
Western Michigan University
Western Michigan University's Department of Theatre, with the help of a Racial Healing Grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, sponsored a dramatic reading of Justice For Maurice Henry Carter, May 2, 3, and 4th, 2015.
The Calvin College Theatre Department mounted a staged reading of Justice For Maurice Henry Carter as part of their Black History Month celebrations in February 2013.
Hawai'i Innocence Project
The Hawai'i Innocence Project at the William S. Richardson School of School of Law mounted a staged reading of Justice For Maurice Henry Carter at the Manoa Valley Theatre in Honolulu, as part of their first annual fundraising event.