By : Reginald Rose
Directed by : James Still
Co-produced with : Indiana Repertory Theatre
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13 @ 3:45 PM (Immediately following the 2:00 PM performance)
In conjunction with Twelve Angry Men, a panel of criminal justice scholars and theatre artists will engage issues of justice, identity, and marginalized/silent voices to consider how 1950s jury room-drama remains a relevant point of departure for interrogating the corrupting roles of bias, prejudice, and silence in our justice system today. Panelists include Lanessa L. Chaplin, Esq., Project Counsel for the New York Civil Liberties Union and Todd A. Berger and Sanjay Chhablani, professors at the Syracuse University College of Law.
This event is free and open to the public.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23 (Immediately following the 7:30 PM performance)
Stay in your seats after the show for a panel discussion with local judges and attorneys and get their view on the proceedings and deliberations witnessed in Twelve Angry Men. Panelists include Hon. Andrew Baxter, Hon. Thérèse Wiley Dancks, attorney Michelle Rudderow, and attorney Shannon O’Connor. Moderated by Lanessa Chaplin, Esq.
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