Studio Tenn presents -12 Angry Men

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Studio Tenn presents “12 Angry Men”
October 18th through November 4th is your opportunity to see this classic presentation at the historic Williamson County Courthouse. The Honorable Russ Heldman, a retired Williamson County Judge, will preside over the production. Don’t miss this courtroom classic.

“All of us at Studio Tenn are relishing the opportunity to bring this courtroom classic to life in such an authentic setting,” said the company’s Managing Director Jake Speck. “The novelty of the venue alone has generated a lot of buzz, but we are especially excited about the opportunity to bring a whole new dimension of immediacy to this one-of-a-kind production.”

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With bench-style seating for just over 125, the courtroom setting will challenge the boundaries between actor and audience, taking to a whole new level the interactivity and intimacy for which Studio Tenn’s shows have become known. “Not only are you extra ‘up-close and personal’ as a member of this audience, but you’re also literally part of the show,” said Speck. “The audience and actors will be in the set together. It’s going to be a really unique experience—for those watching as well as for those of us on stage—or, rather, ‘the floor.’”

Speck plays the role originally held by Henry Fonda in the 1957 film, along with a fine cast of Middle Tennessee’s finest actors. Find out more or buy tickets at the Franklin Theater Box Office, (615) 538-2076 or visit StudioTenn.com.

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Photograph by Studiotenn.com

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