Eric Schlosser

4.07pm, September 6, 1901
Buffalo’s Pan-American Exposition

William McKinley, twenty-fifth president of the United States, turns to greet Leon Czolgosz.

Two shots ring out.

America wakes up to a new century through an act of blood.

Eric Schlosser

Eric Schlosser’s first play powerfully dissects a tipping point in American history, the moment when the United States broke from tradition and chose the path of empire.

Best known for his books FAST FOOD NATION and REEFER MADNESS, Eric Schlosser is an award-winning journalist and social critic.