Twelve Angry Jurors
By Reginald Rose (Twelve Angry Men)
Directed by Kayleigh Stubbs
A man is dead. The life of another is at stake.
Twelve jurors must decide the fate of a young boy in this gripping 1950s courtroom drama. A behind-closed-doors look at the American legal system sees a diverse group of twelve jurors sweat it out in New York on the hottest day of the year. One man stands alone in the pursuit of justice. The fierce and passionate conflict which follows cuts straight to the heart of the issues of civil liberties and social justice.
With a life in their hands and death in their minds, is there enough reasonable doubt of his guilt to fulfil this grave responsibility and reach a unanimous verdict?
Lexi von Hoffmann
This amateur production of Twelve Angry Men received special permission to be performed as Twelve Angry Jurors by written consent of Samuel French Ltd.