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American Century's
Broadway Hit Parade

compiled by Jack Marshall,
Tom Fuller, and Jacqueline Manger

July 17–August 8
Twelve Angry Men
Reginald Rose


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20th century performing arts


REVIEWS

Judgment at Nuremberg

… reminds us just how much we are still haunted by the ghosts of World War II, and the horrific moral dilemmas of those days.

… a memorable evening of theater that challenges us, none-too-subtly reminding us of our own culpability in the horror.

Judgment at Nuremberg is not to be missed.
- Broadway World

… this is a play to see not only as well-produced and acted theater, but as a springboard for thought and discussion about matters that have a great deal of contemporary resonance. . .
- Show Biz Radio

Highly Recommended

As a courtroom drama illuminating a significant episode in post-war justice, Judgment at Nuremberg is guilty as charged – it is gripping and boasts a compelling cast of actors.

Chilling … strong
- D.C. Theatre Scene

… thoughtful, chilling …

… provocative …

… nearly flawless and often fiery performances that add a human dimension to Mann’s characters

A fine production that opens a real-world Pandora’s box of contemporary horror
- Terry Ponick in Communities Digital News

… an important story with strong acting and incisive direction

Joe Banno keeps the human drama in the forefront
- Talkin' Broadway

… sharp, smart production … hands down, a play that matters … inspired

… more than worth seeing; now more than ever, it is necessary
- DC Metro Theatre Arts

5 Stars

A transformative experience to savor; a superb and powerful production that needs to be seen
- DC Metro Theater Arts

thought-provoking, to say the least … a play not to be missed
- Rich Massabny


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