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Marco Players: ‘Twelve Angry Jurors’

See larger Jim Corsica as Juror #3 is consumed by his anger. The Marco Players' production of 'Twelve Angry Jurors' opened Wednesday evening, at their theater in the Town Center Mall. The show will run through January 29. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

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Jim Corsica as Juror #3 is consumed by his anger. The Marco Players' production of "Twelve Angry Jurors" opened Wednesday evening, at their theater in the Town Center Mall. The show will run through January 29. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

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  • Initially, there are 11 votes for a quick conviction. The Marco Players' production of 'Twelve Angry Jurors' opened Wednesday evening, at their theater in the Town Center Mall. The show will run through January 29. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Don Manley's juror #8 is the only character who doesn't get angry. The Marco Players' production of 'Twelve Angry Jurors' opened Wednesday evening, at their theater in the Town Center Mall. The show will run through January 29. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Jim Corsica as Juror #3 is consumed by his anger. The Marco Players' production of 'Twelve Angry Jurors' opened Wednesday evening, at their theater in the Town Center Mall. The show will run through January 29. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Kip Jones plays the upper crust Juror #4 with hauteur. The Marco Players' production of 'Twelve Angry Jurors' opened Wednesday evening, at their theater in the Town Center Mall. The show will run through January 29. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • As the show ends, Don Manley's Juror #8 lingers for a moment in the doorway of the jury room. The Marco Players' production of 'Twelve Angry Jurors' opened Wednesday evening, at their theater in the Town Center Mall. The show will run through January 29. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Juror #9, Charles Kolmann, is actually the show's director. The Marco Players' production of 'Twelve Angry Jurors' opened Wednesday evening, at their theater in the Town Center Mall. The show will run through January 29. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Cast members line the stage to take a bow. The Marco Players' production of 'Twelve Angry Jurors' opened Wednesday evening, at their theater in the Town Center Mall. The show will run through January 29. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Juror #8, played by Don Manley, starts out as the lone - and lonely - vote for reasonable doubt and acquittal. The Marco Players' production of 'Twelve Angry Jurors' opened Wednesday evening, at their theater in the Town Center Mall. The show will run through January 29. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Carole Musgrave, Marilyn Hilbert as the foreman and Evelyn Kasper are the three female jurors. The Marco Players' production of 'Twelve Angry Jurors' opened Wednesday evening, at their theater in the Town Center Mall. The show will run through January 29. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • 'I'll kill him,' cries Jim Corsica, goaded to a fury. The Marco Players' production of 'Twelve Angry Jurors' opened Wednesday evening, at their theater in the Town Center Mall. The show will run through January 29. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

The Marco Players have a hit on their hands.
You could say that a show that features a dozen people sitting around a table arguing is not the stuff hits are made of. You might even say you could see the same thing when your family gathers for the holidays. But with a combination of a compelling story, spot-on casting, and bravaura acting by local thespians, “Twelve Angry Jurors” is a riveting drama.

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