Arts and Culture, Theatre

12 Angry Women

Friday, April 26, 2019 at 7:30pm - 9:00pm

Beaconsfield Carriage House
2 Kent St.
Charlottetown, PE


What would our justice system be like if women were the ones who were the key players?  How would an all-women jury function, for instance?

That’s what 12 Angry Women presents.  A dozen women are locked in the pressure-cooker of a jury-room, with the task of determining the fate of a young man on trial for murder.  It’s literally a life-or-death decision, and it turns on the stab of a switch-blade.

The riveting jury-room drama 12 Angry Women will be staged, in-the-round, from April 26th to May 10th in four venues: Charlottetown, North Rustico, Summerside and Georgetown.  It’s a production of ACT (a community theatre), directed by Terry Pratt.  A life-or-death decision hinges on a switch-blade.  The play features a dozen outstanding actors; their profiles can be seen on ACT’s Tumblr blog ( 

There will be four performances in Charlottetown at the Beaconsfield Carriage House (West Street), hosted in association with Beaconsfield Historic House: the evenings of Friday 26 April, Saturday 27 April, and Sunday 28 April, plus a matinee on Saturday the 27th.  On Thursday 2 May the play is at the Watermark Theatre in North Rustico.  Then on Saturday 4 May it’s in the Eptek Gallery of Summerside’s Harbourfront complex.  The final performance is Friday 10 May at the Kings Playhouse in Georgetown.  Curtain time is 7:30 pm (2:00 for the April 27th matinee).  It runs for 80 minutes, plus intermission.

 Tickets are priced at a flat rate of $20 (plus box-office fees).  Each venue has its own system for issuing tickets: