Students debut "Twelve" at Yulman Theater

The play is an adaptation of "Twelve Angry Men" by Jonathan Albert, adjunct faculty member.
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Students debut "Twelve" at Yulman Theater

From Feb. 4-8, Yulman Theatre will host Department of Theatre and Dance adjunct faculty member Jonathan Albert’s adaptation of Reginald Rose’s play, “Twelve Angry Men.”

The show was first broadcast on the radio in 1954 before moving to the stage and then being famously filmed in 1957 by Sidney Lumet. In Albert’s adaptation, the play is set at present-time, and women serve as members of the jury in a homicide trial.

From Wednesday, Feb. 4 through Saturday, Feb. 7, the show will begin at 7:30 p.m., with a final matinee on Sunday, Feb. 8 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $10 for general admission and $7 with a Union I.D.

The cast and crew is as follows:

Stage Manager: Sarang Sharma ‘15

Foreman: Shauntai Quinlon ‘17

Juror 2: Lauren Resnikoff ‘15

Juror 3: Dan Pallies ‘15

Juror 4: Ariella Honig ‘17

Juror 5: Angelica Rivera ‘18

Juror 6: Sarthak Grover '17

Juror 7: Bobby Lynch '16

Juror 8: Lucy Miller ‘16

Juror 9: Abigail-Mary Lehner '18

Juror 10: William Balta ‘16

Juror 11: Kewan Harrison ‘15

Juror 12: Brandt Scott ‘16

Guard: Christopher Brown ‘15