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8 Star Starred
The Lounge at Roy Arias Studios
at 8th Avenue 300 W 43rd St, Ste. 506, 4th Floor New York, NY 10036
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6 reviews
22 stars
attended Oct 23 2011

I got a group of lady friends to go eight made it. We had a great time and my sister in law who is a professor of theater was thrilled with the production! The theater though small was very comfortable and the seats very comfy.

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7 reviews
11 stars
attended Oct 18 2011

A great performance by all. A story well told. Kept me interested till the end. I would recommend you see Twelve Angry Women you won't be disappointed. The price was right too.

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Description

A 19-year-old boy has just stood trial for the fatal stabbing of his father. “He doesn’t stand a chance,” mutters the guard as the 12 jurors are taken into the bleak jury room. It looks like an open-and-shut case — until one of the jurors begins opening the others’ eyes to the facts.

“This is a remarkable thing about democracy,” says the foreign-born juror, “that we are notified by mail to come down to this place—and decide on the guilt or innocence of a man, of a man we have not known before. We have nothing to gain or lose by our verdict. We should not make it a personal thing.”

But personal it does become, with each juror revealing his or her own character as the various testimonies are re-examined, the murder is re-enacted and a new murder threat is born before their own eyes! Tempers get short, arguments grow heated, and the jurors become twelve angry people. Twelve Angry Women is adapted for the stage by Sherman L. Sergel from the original television show by Reginald Rose.