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12 Impassioned Women Read 12 ANGRY MEN at Town Hall Theater


12 Impassioned Women Read 12 ANGRY MEN at Town Hall Theater

On April 7 at 2pm, Town Hall Theater in Middlebury, VT an all-star cast of women will lend their impassioned voices to a reading of the classic play, Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose as part of the 12,000 Voices project. Women all over the country will read a play about the power one person can have when they speak with conviction in our judicial system.

Director Erica Furgiuele is collaborating with Town Hall Theater and Middlebury Community Players' Company Be for this special project. Erica, a Middlebury College graduate, has performed on the Town Hall Theater stage and with Middlebury Community Players. She also works with Courageous Stage, bringing Shakespeare to schools all over Vermont. 12 Angry Men is particularly appealing to Erica. "This play demonstrates that it's not enough to be staunch in your beliefs. You have to defend them articulately, compassionately, and tirelessly," she says.

The reading will take place at 2pm on April 7 at Town Hall Theater's Byers Studio in Middlebury, Vermont. Admittance is free, but donations are always appreciated.

The cast currently includes: Mary Laidlaw, Suzanna Miller, Victoria Luksch, Stephanie Gallas,

Alise Certa, Carol Reed, Anne Taylor, Kathleen Walls, Sarah Stone, Kerianne Severy, Burdena Hopps, Debra Fulton, Revell Allen, Brenda Logee, and Julie Banach.

Following the staged reading on April 7, audience members, cast, and staff will have the opportunity to update their voter registration. Information will also be given about how to increase voter registration and voter turnout.

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