"He is continuing rehabilitation and therapy sessions to become a better person."
"[The play] is a good way to raise awareness that this is happening right next door," Robbins said.
"Human trafficking and slavery are still happening in America. The fact it's still happening now is a shocker, and the cast is working its butts off to give everybody out there an illustration of what's going on, and I think everybody is doing a fantastic job with it."
No one is being paid to produce the play, Lewis said.
Ten percent of the proceeds go to the playwright for marketing the play for future productions, and the balance will go to human trafficking prevention and domestic violence services.
InfoboxWhat: "Body & Sold," a staged reading of a documentary play on human trafficking and exploitation of women and children, based on interviews with survivors written by Deborah Lake Fortson
When: June 19: 7 p.m. performance; 8:10 p.m. interactive panel discussion with two human trafficking experts and two cast members; 8:45 p.m. debriefing reception
Where: Glendale Community College Auditorium, 1500 N. Verdugo Road, Glendale