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Judgment at Nuremberg

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WEST OF BROADWAY proudly presents the Abby Mann classic Judgment at Nuremberg directed by Diane Namm, is the third production in West of Broadway’s “YOU THE JURY”™ SERIES.

Directed by Stage and Film Writer/Director Diane Namm, Namm’s interpretation of Judgment at Nuremberg provides an updated look at Abby Mann's classic story; asking the audience to question their own responsibilities, prejudices and the consequences of their votes. Namm’s diverse casting reflects the current day makeup of juries, while the universal themes ring true regardless of gender and race. The Third in the West of Broadway’s “You, the Jury”™ series, Judgment at Nuremberg is part of WEST OF BROADWAY’s Community Outreach programming; promoting literacy and social and civic responsibility through interactive theater.

12 Angry Men/Jurors

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WEST OF BROADWAY proudly presents Reginald Rose’s classic 12 ANGRY JURORS directed by Diane Namm, the second production in West of Broadway’s “YOU THE JURY”™ SERIES.

Directed by Stage and Film Writer/Director Diane Namm, Namm’s interpretation of 12 ANGRY JURORS provides an updated look at Reginald Rose’s classic story; asking the audience to question their own responsibilities, prejudices and the consequences of their votes. Namm’s diverse casting reflects the current day makeup of juries, while the universal themes ring true regardless of gender and race. Second in the West of Broadway’s “You, the Jury”™ series, 12 ANGRY JURORS is part of WEST OF BROADWAY’s Community Outreach programming; promoting literacy and social and civic responsibility through interactive theater.

Monster

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“You, the Jury,” TM Series where the Audience acts as the jury on a staged courtroom drama and vote for the innocence or guilt of the defendant.

MONSTER. Written by Walter Dean Myers, was a National Book Award finalist and it is found on most high school reading lists.  MONSTER is the story of the murder trial of Steve Harmon, a 16-year old African American boy who is accused of murder for allegedly acting as the lookout in a robbery gone bad. It is a powerful story made more so by the fact that the students get to vote and be involved in the show.