TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Tallahassee Little Theatre is proudly presenting the father of all courtroom dramas, Twelve Angry Men, opening on February 23, 2012.
What seems like an open and shut murder case becomes a debate of prejudices and intrigue. Eleven of the twelve jurors walked into the jury deliberation room ready to return a guilty verdict without discussion. But one juror wants to examine the credibility of the evidence, despite the irrational objections and prejudices of some of the other jurors.
Twelve Angry Men is a riveting production that has been celebrated by a TV drama, a classic movie and a Broadway show. Now Tallahassee Little Theatre will explore the intersection of human nature and democracy as they present this powerful show.
Twelve Angry Men features many local talented actors including Byron Spires, Lloyd Thurber, Ken Catullo, Ty Wold, Kevin Edwards, Daniel Ortiz, Mike Herrin, Bob Myers, John Contarino, Bill Zuspan, Gabriel Ross, Johnathan Grabb, and J.B. Lovell. The show is a TLT directing debut for Anthony Mowad.
12 Angry Men runs for 3 weeks and opens Thursday February 23rd at 8 PM. Additional performances Friday & Saturday’s : February 24th-25th, March 2nd-3rd and 9th-10th at 8pm and Sundays: February 26th, March 4th and 11th at 2pm. Tickets are $21 for Adults, $17 for Students and Seniors. Tickets are available online at www.tallahasseelittletheatre.org or by calling the box office at 850-224-8474. Tickets are available day of the show on a first come first served basis.
Tallahassee Little Theatre is a professionally-managed institution that produces ten to twelve shows per season. TLT offers educational opportunities with summer theatre camps for children ages 5-17, and houses other organizations including The Acting Up Players, a group with over 100 senior citizens participating in classes, community outreach, and producing their own performance series. The facility is also used for community functions ranging from benefit performances for non-profits, dance recitals, and youth group meetings. TLT’s audience and volunteer participation totals over 13,000 people each year. Another estimated 5,000 are reached through other organizations utilizing the TLT facility.
Visit www.tallahasseelittletheatre.org for more information on this and other upcoming productions, to purchase tickets or to learn about volunteer opportunities. Or call 850-224-8474.
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