Twelve Angry Men Reveals How Our Biases Reflect Our Truth
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The last date listed for Twelve Angry Men was Sunday December 1, 2013 / 7:00pm.
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One of the all-time great movie comedians and a silent-film innovator, Buster Keaton comes to life in STONEFACE, starring 3rd Rock from the Sun's French Stewart. With his iconic deadpan expression and pork pie hat, Keaton helped define the cinematic art form -- in between taking some landmark pratfalls -- with classic films like The General and Our Hospitality. But after his meteoric rise, Keaton fell on hard times fueled by his alcoholism. Winner of five L.A. Weekly Theater Awards, including Production of the Year, STONEFACE tells Keaton's inspiring story of redemption through the lens of his films, recreating some of his most memorable gags live on stage. Learn More
We got to the theater quite early. Free street parking after 6pm. You may want to arrive just minutes after 6 to get a spot on Colorado. We parked on a side street about 5:30 - it was also a ONE HOUR PARKING UNTIL. We got there so early we went to see a movie across the street. The play was SO MUCH BETTER than the movie! Lot's of dining options nearby.info • Dec 03 2013 star this tip starred
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Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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The director's decision to change the original makeup of the jury was brilliant, relevant and thought-provoking. The dialogue often took on a whole new meaning. The extremely talented cast brought the jury room to life. I felt like I was really there. Each character seemed three-dimensional. I think this is a "must-see."
By Reginald Rose
Directed by Sheldon Epps
Running time is two hours, including one 15-minute intermission.
First created as a 1954 teleplay for the Studio One anthology television series, Twelve Angry Men aired as a CBS live production on September 20, 1954. The following year, it was adapted by Rose as a stage play. In 1957 it was rewritten again as a feature film and directed by Sidney Lumet. Starring Henry Fonda, the film received three Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture. Over the years, the play has received several noted revivals including a 2004 Broadway production starring Boyd Gaines and Philip Bosco and a 2007 U.S. national tour starring George Wendt and Richard Thomas. And in 1997, Twelve Angry Men returned to the small screen in a new adaptation directed by William Friedkin, which included some modernizations to the script, and a cast led by George C. Scott and James Gandolfini.
Stay after the show for interesting and engaging discussions.
Tuesday, November 12 — Race Relations in the Courts *
Judge Lance A. Ito
Attorney Rickey Ivie, Senior Partner, Ivie, McNeill & Wyatt and Chair, UCLA Black Alumni Association
Attorney Tami L. Warren, President, Black Women Lawyers of LA/ Office of the Public Defender
Tuesday, November 19 – Race Relations in the Community *
Attorney Melinda J. Murray, President, John Langston Bar Association (Black Lawyers Organization)
Curtis Silvers, Western Region Director, United Negro College Fund (UNCF)
Rev. William Smart, President/CEO, Southern Christian Leadership Conference of Southern California
Tuesday, November 26 – Race Relations in the Arts *
Moderated by Steven Leigh Morris (Critic, LA Weekly)
Twelve Angry Men cast member Jason George, Chair of the National Diversity Advisory Committee for SAG/AFTRA
Dr. Jorge Huerta, Chancellor’s Associates and Professor of Theatre Emeritus at the University of California, San Diego
Daniel Mayeda, East West Board Member and CoChair Asian Pacific American Media Coalition