play review 4 twelve angry men

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Charles Hargrave Play Review #2 DRA 225 10:00 – 11:50 Holly Holsinger Twelve Angry Men By Reginald Rose A Playhouse Square production, this popular story was directed by Scott Ellis and produced by Richard Thomas. The story takes place on a hot summer day in 1954, in a jury deliberation room. A teenage boy’s father is murdered and there is almost undisputable evidence of the son’s guilt, before the jury decides their vote. I found several things in this performance that kept me quite interested in its development, despite reading the play and seeing the movie beforehand. However, I was in the balcony seats quite far from the stage, so it was somewhat hard to really concentrate on and analyze the performance as well as I wanted to. The stage itself was relatively simple, with only a long table, between about thirteen or fourteen chairs throughout the room, a water cooler, and two benches beneath hat racks. There were also two doors, one leading out and one to a bathroom, and two windows overlooking the
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course DRA 225 taught by Professor Holsinger during the Fall '07 term at Cleveland State.

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