A Few Good Men


Directed by Trace Talley


June 22nd 10:00am – 12:00pm



Aaron Sorkin’s groundbreaking debut tells the story of a group of military lawyers assigned to defend two Marines in Guantanamo Bay. During the course of the trial, they uncover a high-level conspiracy designed to eliminate weaker soldiers in the name of patriotism.

September 12th 7:00pm
September 13th 7:00pm
September 14th 2:00pm
September 15th 2:00pm
September 19th 7:00pm
September 20th 7:00pm
September 21st 2:00pm
September 22nd 2:00pm

Character Breakdown:

Pfc. William T. Santiago (Victim): About 19 years old, sincere & sensible.

Lance Cpl. Harold Dawson (Defendant): About 20 years old: stoic, serious, bold, aware, intimidating even in silence, caring in command.

Pfc. Louden Downey (Defendant): About 19 years old. Obedient and respectful. His intelligence is slightly below average.

Lt. J.G. Daniel Kaffee (Lead Defense Attorney): Late 20s. Easy-going and quick-witted. He is good-looking, talented, and smart; and he knows it. He tends to think that he knows everything.

Lt. Cmdr. Joanne Galloway (Defense Attorney): Early 30s. All-business. ALMOST as fully composed as she would like to be but, usually, more composed than others tend to think she is. Her quick wit tends to take others by surprise.

Lt. J.G. Sam Weinberg (Defense Attorney): Late 20s. Laid back, he does his job with reasonable diligence, but he is a family man first and foremost.

Capt. Isaac Whitaker (JAG supervisor): Mid 40s to early 50s. Smart and sensible, not strict.

Capt. Matthew Markinson (GITMO Company Commander): Late 30s to early 40s. Stoic, logical, and strictly military. Served in Counter-Intelligence for 17 years.

Lt. Col. Nathan Jessep (GITMO CO): Late 30s to early 40s. Self-confident to-a-fault. Bold, Intelligent, Ultra-Military, Tyrannical.

Lt. Jonathan James Kendrick (GITMO Winward XO): Late 20s to early 30s. Stoic, fanatically religious, average intelligence but believes himself to be much smarter than he is.

Capt. Jack Ross (Prosecutor): Early 30s. A nice guy but not a sucker. Logical and sensible.

Cpl. Jeffrey Howard (Platoon-mate of victim and defendants): Early 20s. Probably likable to fellow Marines, but snide to those outside the Corps.

Capt. Julius Alexander Randolph (Judge): Mid 40s to early 50s. Smart, sensible, fair.

Cmdr. Walter Stone (Doctor): Mid-late 40s. Sensible but easily swayed.

ADDITIONAL ROLES: Sentry, Lawyers, Marines, MPs, and etc.

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