Originally performed as “12 Angry Men”, and now performed as 12 Angry Jurors, GPLT’s 5th play of our 61st season is a riveting drama that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the final curtain. Our unique staging puts you in the jury room. You are immersed in the harsh realities of making a decision on whether the accused is guilty or innocent of a heinous crime.
The life of a teenager hangs in the balance when he is tried for the brutal stabbing of his father. The open-and-shut case becomes anything but when one juror has the courage to stand against the crowd. Tempers are short and arguments are as heated as the cramped room where the 12 must reach a unanimous verdict.
“Still manages to grip an audience as though it were ripped from today’s headlines.” New York Times
Winner of the Drama Desk Award, Drama League Award and Outer Critics Circle Award, 2005. By REGINALD ROSE. Stage Version by SHERMAN SERGEL. Adapted from the Television Show of the Same Name
Performances April 4 – 20. All performances at the KMSC Law Performing Arts Theatre.
12 Angry Jurors is performed without an intermission.
There is reduced ticket pricing for youth and students of all ages. Contact the GPLT Box Office to get these reduced price tickets.