Night of January 16th
April 4 – April 12, 2014
ABOUT Night of January 16th:
Book by: Ayn Rand
Edited by: Nathaniel Edward Reeid
The play takes place entirely in a courtroom during a murder trial. One unusual feature of the play is that members of the audience are picked to take on the role of jury members each night. The play does not directly portray the events; instead the “jury” must rely on character testimony and vote on whether the “defendant” is guilty or not guilty. The play has different endings depending on the verdict. Rand intended the play to dramatize a conflict between individualism and conformity, with the jury’s verdict revealing which viewpoint they preferred.
If you would like to be considered to serve on our Jury, please arrive 20 minutes before showtime to fill out the Juror paperwork.
Director: La Tonya Watts
Assistant Director: Roxanne Pardi
Production Staff: The Clayton Theatre Company
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music in the park concerts, we feel the Clayton community
is hungry for and deserves quality performing arts. Whether
you are on the stage or in the audience, local theater will
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