These are crazy times and we’ve all taken on a bunch of new projects as we socially isolate in order to help stop the spread of Covid-19.


We’re donating where we can, we’re cleaning the pantry, we’re organizing the 2300+ title dvd library. We finished work on the Nominee Interview Series even though the live event for our yearly Critics’ Pick Awards had to be cancelled (we’ve still got trophies to give out, eventually). We started the Corona Movie Club to help curb our boredom and constant need to talk about movies with other human beings. I’m even watching network procedurals and actually writing about them.


But what we all really need is comfort. We need our favourite things and our favourite people and right now those are hard to come by so we have to do everything we can to bring them together whenever possible. Our solution was to gather some of our favourite people every Saturday night throughout quarantine to read scripts over Zoom. We read all 38 Shakespeare plays in six months. Then we kept going. We decided to create mini-seasons featuring highlights from the canons of major writers across generations, plus a few bonus episodes thrown in. There’s a lot more to come, so stay tuned.


This season we’re taking on a selection of Twentieth Century Classics, beginning with Reginald Rose’s ensemble masterpiece Twelve Angry Men (played by us as Twelve Angry Jurors).


Listen in audio form below (or on iTunes) then tune into our YouTube page to check out the video versions of all our live readings.


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The Cast of Twelve Angry Men

Jury Foreman- Michael Ross Albert

Juror Two- Olivia Jon

Juror Three- Christopher Prentice

Juror Four- Anne van Leeuwen

Juror Five- Ziad Ek

Juror Six- Laura Hubbard

Juror Seven- Melissa Wright

Juror Eight- Shalyn Bass-McFaul

Juror Nine- Grace Smith

Juror Ten- Shawn Wilson

Juror Eleven- Basel Daoud

Juror Twelve- Jake Silburt

Judge- Nicole Falgoust

Guard- Saiya Floyd

Stage Directions- Mark Kreder