If you’re looking for posters, art packs, logo packs, t-shirt graphics, program covers, playbill designs and ticket templates for the popular play “Twelve Angry Men”, this is your place. Review the options below and pick the one best for you. We’ve prepared these as templates and you are free to modify them for your own use. Take the work out of advertising your production and increase your ticket sales. Also available are alternate versions featuring Twelve Angry Women and Twelve Angry Jurors
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You can buy alternate versions for “Twelve Angry Jurors” and “Twelve Angry Women.”
12 men have been called to serve their civic duty: in this case, to determine whether a young Puerto Rican boy had, beyond a reasonable doubt, murdered his father. When the jury initially votes, only Juror #8 declares the boy “not guilty.” Even though there is a great deal of circumstantial evidence to suggest the boy is guilty of murder, #8 decides to vote against his 11 peers because “it’s not easy for me to raise my hand and send a boy off to die without talking about it first.”
Systematically, one by one, the jurors discuss the facts evident in the trial and discover that each are suspect when under close scrutiny. Furthermore, through the dialogue we discover the personal (and subconscious) motivations behind each juror: classism, racism, laziness, or deep emotional scars hinder some of the most obstinate jurors from viewing the case objectively. By the play’s end, Juror # 8 is able to sway the rest of his peers and the boy is acquitted.
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