Steve Wojtas

Steve Wojtas

Roderick Peeples

Roderick Peeples

 

Written by Reginald Rose

Directed by David Ivers

Key Characters:

Foreman of the Jury: A small, petty man who is impressed with the authority he has and handles himself quite formally, played by Larry Bull.

Juror #2: A meek, hesitant man who finds it difficult to maintain any opinions of his own, played by Kipp Moorman.

Juror #3: A very strong, forceful and extremely opinionated man within whom can be detected a streak of sadism, played by Max Robinson.

Juror #4: A man of wealth and position, and a practiced speaker who presents himself well at all times, played by A. Bryan Humphry.

Juror #5: A frightened young man, played by Steve Wojtas.

Juror #6: An honest but dull-witted man who comes upon his decisions slowly and carefully, played by Michael Harding.

Juror #7: A loud, flashy, glad-handed salesman type who thinks he has more important things to do than to sit on a jury, played by James Newcomb.

Juror #8: A quiet, thoughtful, gentle man, played by Martin Kildare.

Juror #9: A mild, gentle old man, long since defeated by life, and now merely waiting to die, played by Fredric Stone.

Juror #10: An angry, bitter man who antagonizes almost at sight, played by Roderick Peeples.

Juror #11: A refugee from Europe, Juror #11 speaks with an accent and is ashamed, humble, almost subservient to the people around him, played by Joe Vincent.

Juror #12: A slick, bright advertising man who thinks of human beings in terms of percentages, graphs and polls, played by Christopher R. Ellis.

Synopsis:

On a sweltering August night in New York City, the jury files into the deliberation room. The door is locked behind them. Now twelve nameless men from twelve varied backgrounds must decide the fate of a young man accused of killing his father. Faced with playing the executioner, these dozen men must first face themselves, their biases, and their own sense of justice. This American classic will have you on the edge of your seat until the final verdict is announced.

You can read more about the characters and plot on our website at http://www.bard.org/plays/twelveangrymen2013.html

Twelve Angry Men opens in preview on June 24 and plays through August 31. You can purchase tickets online at www.bard.org or by calling 800-PLAYTIX.

Max Robinson

Max Robinson

Martin Kildare

Martin Kildare