Posts Tagged:Richard Jamborsky

The EDGE: Twelve Angry Men

The setting of the Keegan Theater is the perfect venue for “12 Angry Men”. The space is small, bare, and somewhat claustrophobic, as is the play, set in 1954 in a jury room in the Bronx on the hottest day of the year. The set design has a convincingly spare look, with just a windowless brick wall for backdrop.

Drama Urge: Twelve Angry Men

Justice is in the balance in DC as The Keegan Theatre offers up a bruising examination of the judicial system, American style, in Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose (now extended to 3/31). To paraphrase from the popular quote: Verdicts are like sausages; it’s better not to see them in the making.

DC Metro Theatre Arts: Twelve Angry Men

With its simple and effective set – a long table and twelve chairs with some water – The Keegan Theatre’s Twelve Angry Men has a cast filled with exceptional actors and crisp direction by Christopher Gallu.

Washingtonian: Twelve Angry Men

We never see the defendant, never learn the jurors’ names, never leave that crowded table. But…this play works, it still manages to feel intensely personal and intimate, its hold stretching beyond the trial at hand.

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