• 12 ANGRY JURORS

    November 9, 2018 FRIDAY 7:00 PMThe Theatre of Western Springs

    After observing a six-day homicide trial, twelve jurors find themselves in a jury room. Their task is to make the unanimous decision that the 19-year-old defendant is guilty or not guilty. When the foreman takes the first vote, everyone votes guilty, except for one lone juror. What follows is a debate over the meaning of reasonable doubt as each juror confronts his/her own biases and prejudice. They must determine the danger that this boy might present to society if he is indeed guilty. But t...

  • 12 ANGRY JURORS

    November 10, 2018 SATURDAY 2:00 PMThe Theatre of Western Springs

    After observing a six-day homicide trial, twelve jurors find themselves in a jury room. Their task is to make the unanimous decision that the 19-year-old defendant is guilty or not guilty. When the foreman takes the first vote, everyone votes guilty, except for one lone juror. What follows is a debate over the meaning of reasonable doubt as each juror confronts his/her own biases and prejudice. They must determine the danger that this boy might present to society if he is indeed guilty. But t...

  • 12 ANGRY JURORS

    November 10, 2018 SATURDAY 6:00 PMThe Theatre of Western Springs

    After observing a six-day homicide trial, twelve jurors find themselves in a jury room. Their task is to make the unanimous decision that the 19-year-old defendant is guilty or not guilty. When the foreman takes the first vote, everyone votes guilty, except for one lone juror. What follows is a debate over the meaning of reasonable doubt as each juror confronts his/her own biases and prejudice. They must determine the danger that this boy might present to society if he is indeed guilty. But t...

  • 12 ANGRY JURORS

    November 11, 2018 SUNDAY 3:00 PMThe Theatre of Western Springs

    After observing a six-day homicide trial, twelve jurors find themselves in a jury room. Their task is to make the unanimous decision that the 19-year-old defendant is guilty or not guilty. When the foreman takes the first vote, everyone votes guilty, except for one lone juror. What follows is a debate over the meaning of reasonable doubt as each juror confronts his/her own biases and prejudice. They must determine the danger that this boy might present to society if he is indeed guilty. But t...