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Funky @ Westside 



12 ANGRY MEN by Reginald Rose & adapted by Sherman Sergel

Director: Chris Medina
Auditions: December 3 (2-4pm) + December 4 (6-8pm)

First read: December 14 @ 6pm

Rehearsals/Tech: January 3 - February 29, 2024
Performances: March 1 - March 16, 2024







Non-Equity. Volunteer opportunity. 


Please bring a headshot and resume.  For TWELVE ANGRY MEN a dramatic monologue or read from sides. Any questions, please send them to


Auditions will be held on a first come first serve basis in the Middle Building of the Westside Community Center, 1628 W. Bijou St, 80904

All roles are available.


12 ANGRY MEN Information & Character breakdown

Funky's 50th production, 12 ANGRY MEN, kicks off our 2024 Westside Season!

2-4pm on Sunday, Dec 3
6-8pm on Monday, Dec 4

Westside Community Center, Middle Building


All roles available. Character breakdown is listed below.

Auditions are open, no need to sign up. So, come be seen and go on your way. Callbacks are TBD.


Please prepare a dramatic monologue not to exceed two minutes. Sides from show will be available if no monologue is prepared. 


Please bring a headshot and resume.


Please bring conflicts for all of Jan and Feb 2024. 


First read: Dec 14, 2023 @ 6pm
Rehearsal dates: Jan 3-Feb 29, 2024
Production dates: March 1-16, 2024


All rehearsals and performances will be at the Westside Community Center. 

Foreman, Male. 30-50
A small, petty man who is impressed with the authority he has and handles himself quite formally.
Juror #2, Male. 20-40
A meek, hesitant man who finds it difficult to maintain any opinions of his own, he is easily swayed.
Juror #3, Male. 40-60
A very strong, forceful, extremely opinionated man within whom can be detected a streak of sadism.
Juror #, Male. 40-60
Seems to be a man of wealth and position. He presents himself well at all times, feels above the rest of the jurors.
Juror #5, Male. 20-30
A naive, very frightened young man, who takes his obligations in this case very seriously, but who finds it difficult to speak up.
Juror #6, Male. 30-40
An honest, but dull-witted man who comes upon his decisions slowly and carefully.
Juror #7, Male. 30-50
A loud, flashy, glad-handed salesman who has more important things to do than sit in a jury. Quick to show temper and equally quick to form opinions.
Juror #9, Male. 60+
An old man. Gentle, mild, and long since defeated by life. He recognizes himself for what he is and tries to be the voice of experience and wisdom in the room.
Juror #10, Male. 30-50
A bully and a bigot. He is an angry, bitter man who antagonizes almost at sight.
Juror #11, Male. 40-60
An immigrant who speaks with an accent and is a humble, quiet man. He is very polite and calm, and believes very strongly in the American Ideal and in the Justice System.
Juror #12, Male. 30-40
A slick, bright advertising man who tries to do the right thing, but is used to being overwhelmed by people with louder, brighter ideas.
Guard, Male or female. 18+ 
A bit part. A policeman or policewoman of any age.

All roles are considered volunteer, however a gas stipend will be received at the end of the production. 



Funky Little Theater Company operates by the Community Standards for Theatre for Colorado.


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We are always seeking people who are interested in theatre outside of acting. Are you skilled in the ways of costumes, make-up, set design, light design, or prop design? Let us know!! 

Attention Playwrights:

Colorado (and Colorado Springs) Playwrights please check out our DRAMA LAB page (tab above) for local workshop opportunities for scenes or short plays. 

For more submission opportunities, visit for a list of tons of contests and other play submission opportunities with deadlines coming up this month.


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