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Watkins Mill High School O'Shea Players Present Reginald Rose's Twelve Angry Jurors
Watkins Mill High Schools O'Shea Players present the 1950's classic:
Twelve Angry Jurors, by Reginald Rose.
The play centers around 12 jurors that must decide whether or not to reach a guilty verdict and sentence the 19 year old defendant to death. At the beginning of the play, eleven jurors vote “guilty.” Only one man, Juror #8, believes that the young man might be innocent. He must convince the others that “reasonable doubt” exists. One by one, the jury is persuaded to agree with Juror #8.
Come and enjoy a wonderful performance by the O'Shea Players!
November 9th at 7pm
November 10th at 2pm & 7pm
November 16th at 7pm
November 17th at 7pm
Ticket prices are:
Adults - $10
Students - $5
Senior Citizens - $5
More About Watkins Mill High School
Wolverine Pride is on full display whenever Watkins Mill High School's nearly 1,600 students fill the halls, flock to sporting events or compete in the school's many academic teams. Though just outside Montgomery Village's borders, roughly three-quarters of the students are from the Village—the rest live in Gaithersburg and Germantown. Montgomery Village Middle School and Neelsville Middle School in Germantown feed into WMHS, while the cluster's elementary schools are South Lake, Stedwick, Watkins Mill and Whetstone.