Reginald Rose's classic courtroom drama "Twelve Angry Men" opens this weekend at Colonial Playhouse in Aldan, PA. For those of you not familiar with it, "Twelve Angry Men" tells the story of a jury faced to reconsider its nearly unanimous decision during a murder trial, when one juror begins to try to persuade the other members not to convict based on reasonable doubt. The arguments get heated and the exchanges force all the jurors to confront their own prejudices, in order to render a fair decision.
The play runs on Friday and Saturday evenings at 8 PM, and Sunday afternoons at 2 PM through November 22. The shows stars local Delaware County residents and includes a theatre debut from Pennsylvania Mortgage Broker, Oliver Chamberlain as the guard.
Colonial Playhouse is a community theatre that has been entertaining Delaware County residents for over 68 years. It is located in Aldan at Ridley and Magnolia avenues, one block off of Oak. For more information visit www.colonialplayhouse.org or call (610) 622-5773