Sixty years ago, the US TV program Studio One presented an original drama, set in a jury room. The jurors were deciding the guilt or innocence of a teen-aged boy charged with murdering his father by stabbing him in the heart. On their first vote, the jurors voted 11-1 to convict the boy. In the ensuing discussions—which eventually led to a Unanimous verdict—each of the 12 jurors felt many different emotions. One emotion was common to them all, before they finished their work.


Gabriola Players will present a staged reading of Twelve Angry Men, by Reginald Rose at the Rollo Centre October 24th at 7pm and October 25th at 2pm and 7pm.

Seats are $12 - members get one free refreshment. Seats and memberships are available on-line at or at North Road Sports.