Students from St. Sebastian’s School will perform in Twelve Angry Men and Baby on Friday and Saturday, February 8-9 at St. Sebastian’s School. Performances begin both evenings at 7:00 p.m. in Ward Hall. A suggested donation of $2 per person is requested.
Twelve Angry Men was adapted from a Reginald Rose Emmy award-winning television movie by Sherman Sergel
and is being directed by St. Sebastian’s senior Kevin Patterson (Medfield). The play follows 12 jurors who are deciding the fate of a 19 year-old man accused of fatally stabbing his father. What appears to be an open-and-shut
case turns into a tense negotiating session, where tempers become short and arguments grow heated.
Baby, by Conrad E. Davidson, is being directed by St. Sebastian’s juniors Desmond DiGiovanni (Belmont) and Jack Goldman (Dover). This production follows Baby from birth through first birthday. Are the parents training him, or is Baby training his parents? The play is a funny look into how parents act and react to their new bundle of joy.