Roundabout Theatre Company presents the Broadway premiere of Reginald Rose's drama, Twelve Angry Men. A young delinquent awaits sentencing for the manslaughter of his aggressive father. One juror feels that there is a "reasonable doubt" - to the frustration of his eleven colleagues - thus preventing a quick verdict. During the heated deliberations, the hidden preconceptions and assumptions of the jurors are revealed. When faced with playing the hangman, each juror is forced to face himself. Scott Ellis directs.