Twelve Angry Men is a play by Reginald Rose adapted from his 1954 teleplay of the same title for the CBS Studio One anthology television series. Staged first in San Francisco in 1955, the Broadway debut came 50 years after CBS aired the play, on October 28, 2004, by the Roundabout Theatre Company at the American Airlines Theatre, where it ran for 328 performances.

The play explores the deliberations of a jury of a homicide trial, in which a dozen "men with ties and a coat" decide the fate of a teenager accused of murdering his abusive father. At the beginning, they are nearly unanimous in concluding the youth is guilty. One man dissents, declaring him "not guilty", and he sows a seed of reasonable doubt. Eventually he convinces the other jurors to support a unanimous "not guilty" verdict.
Produced by: Deborah Burke and Nova Hall

Production Team

Director: Mike Boland
Asst. Director : Dana DiCerto
Stage Manager : Laura Ploss
Set Design and Build: Joel Reynolds
Set Decorator: Deborah Burke
Lighting Designer: Patricia Spugani
Asst. Lighting Designer : Sophie Bardos
Costumes: Deborah Burke
Props: Jake Elwell


Juror #1: Jeff Pliskin
Juror #2: Jackson Moresco-Baeza
Juror #3: Mike Boland
Juror #4: John Bachelder
Juror #5: Cooper Smithers
Juror #6: Joshua Eaddy
Juror #7: Austin Howe
Juror #8: David A. Gregory
Juror #9: Michael Medeiros
Juror #10: Bob Marlowe
Juror #11: A.m. Bhatt
Juror #12: Rob Kennedy
Guard : Gus Bottazzi
theater set of a living room

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