12 Angry Men
A sixteen year old boy stands accused of the murder of his father and twelve jurors have the arduous task of determining his guilt. Emotions run high as the jurors deliberate each raised 'fact'. What could go wrong with a locked door, a knife, and twelve different personalities?
Twelve Angry Men was written by Reginald Rose in 1954, first being broadcast as a teleplay, then quickly adapted for stage and film - the most known classic directed by Sidney Lumet in 1957, starring Henry Fonda as Juror 8 and Lee Cobb as Juror 3, and then again in 1997 starring Jack Lemmon, George C. Scott, James Gandolfini and Tony Danza.
Directed by Tracey Barlow, this production of 12 Angry Men brings together a dynamic cast of both men and women from around the Waikato region.
Cast - Conor Maxwell, Mikayla Williamson, Steve McMurray, Owen Mooney, Amber Liddell, Mel Martin, Patrick Ward, Janine Swainson, John Kellehar, Tony Smith, Petrus Rijkers, Lesley Nielson.
Auditions for Blind Eye
Auditions by appointment on Saturday 24 February at The Gaslight Theatre, 8 Alpha Street, Cambridge
Please check the Auditions page for further details.
2018 Line Up
Our 2018 line up at the Gaslight Theatre
10 – 24 March - Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose
- directed by Tracey Barlow
April - Our Man In Havana by Graham Greene/Clive Francis
- directed by Dave Stearns (rehearsed reading)
9 – 23 June - Blind Eye by April Phillips
- directed by Mike Williams
25 August – 8 September - Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf by Edward Albee.
- directed by Owen Mooney
10 – 24 November - Blackadder Goes Forth by Richard Curtis & Ben Elton
- adapted & directed by Dave Stearns
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