Colonial wives struggled to free their husbands from death or imprisonment to no avail, and wept audibly at their sad fate. Jack Hughes and David Robinson, as lawyers, tried to win a “not guilty” but the jury, led by Patty Nolf, pronounced the grim verdicts.
Ingrid Wendelen and Nina Champlin, due to the absence of so many, played the parts of the judges. Others taking part either as members of the jury, soldiers, or colonial wives were: Christine Law, Larry Odell, Donna Denison, Kathy Sickler, Darrel Drayton, Gary Lyons, Roy Geertgens, Ronald Bryden.
The final scene was enacting the Boston Tea Party. The seventh grade attended as guests.
Ingrid Wendelen wrote and conducted one play and John Terwilliger planned and conducted the other acts.