- 001-Introduction.mp3 0:01:03
- 002-Act One, Opening.mp3 0:09:34
- 003-Act One, the Trial began.mp3 0:05:59
- 004-Act One, Court Reconvened.mp3 0:11:55
- 005-Act One, Third Day of Trial.mp3 0:05:36
- 006-Legal Haggling.mp3 0:15:35
- 007-Act One, Next Morning.mp3 0:22:00
- 008-Act Two, Short but Eventful Day.mp3 0:04:59
- 009-Act Two, Unexpected Excitement.mp3 0:05:37
- 010-Act Two, Spectators on the Lawn.mp3 0:21:28
- 011-Act Two, Secret Meetings and Final Speeches.mp3 0:05:19
- 012-Act Two, Court Adjourned.mp3 0:04:34
- 013-Credits .mp3 0:02:05
The Scopes Trial, over the right to teach evolution in public schools, reaffirmed the importance of intellectual freedom as codified in the Bill of Rights. The trial, in a small-town Tennessee courtroom in 1925, set the stage for ongoing debates over the separation of Church and State in a democratic society - debates that continue to this day.
An L.A. Theatre Works full-cast performance featuring Edward Asner, Bill Brochtrup, Kyle Colerider-Krugh, Matthew Patrick Davis, John de Lancie, James Gleason, Harry Groener, Jerry Hardin, Geoffrey Lower, Marnie Mosiman and Kenneth Alan Williams.
The Great Tennessee Monkey Trial is part of L.A. Theatre Works’ Relativity Series featuring science-themed plays. Major funding for the Relativity Series is provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to enhance public understanding of science and technology in the modern world.
Featuring: Edward Asner, Bill Brochtrup, Kyle Colerider-Krugh, Matthew Patrick Davis, John de Lancie, James Gleason, Harry Groener, Jerry Hardin, Geoffrey Lower, Marnie Mosiman, Kenneth Alan Williams