A Few Good Men

Courtroom Drama
Rated R (due to language)
September 11, 12, 18, 19 @ 7:30pm, September 13, 20 @ 2pm
By Aaron Sorkin,
Movie directed by Rob Reiner
Nominated for Academy Award and
Golden Globe Award 


This sizzling Broadway hit is about the trial of two Marines for complicity in the death of a fellow Marine at Guantanamo Bay. Their Navy lawyer, a callow young man more interested in softball games than the case, expects a plea bargain without concern of what really happened. Prodded by a female member of his defense team, this lawyer eventually makes a valiant effort to defend his client and, in so doing, puts the military culture and the Marine code of honor on trial.







(In order of Appearance)

Actor                             Character

Peyton Jenkins             LANCE CPL. Harold W. Dawson

Joshua Shusterman      PFC Louden Downey

Chad Sittig -                  LT. J.G. Daniel Kaffee

Keith Boyd                    LT. J.G. Sam Weinberg

Michelle Roys               LT. CMDR. Joanne Galloway

Tom Dunton                  CAPT. Isaac Whitaker

Laura Wilson                 Lawyer, Juror

Nate Blalock                 Tom, CPL. Hammaker, Juror

Jim Chittick                   COL. Nathan Jessep

Allen Andrews               MAJ. Matthew Markinson

Roxann Wheeler           Lawyer, Juror

Graham Toler                LT. Jonathan James Kendrick

Lee Wheeler                 MP

Nathan Coles                LT. Jack Ross

Dylan Basallote             Dunn, MP

Noah Applegate            CPL. Jeffrey Howard

George Savitz               MP, Orderly

Terry Jessip                  SGT. At Arms

Rich Tuttle                     CAPT. Julius Randolph

Jeff Bashford                 CAPT. Walter Stone

Michael Soares             Juror

Eileen Shalhoub            Juror

Jayrd Frankenfield        Juror



Tickets: $17 in advance, $19 at door, $10 for Students and Active Duty Military with ID, plus tax.



Tickets can be purchased by calling the

box office at 252-633-0567 or 

by clicking on the link above.

A word from Angelina Doyle, NBCT executive director:  


“A Few Good Men opened in theaters around the country in 1992. That same year, I headed off to Parris Island for Marine Corps boot camp.  Though the story is dramatized, it gave me a sense of pride and honor to enter into a world of what I still consider the elite of our country.  Now 23 years later, I have two marine sons and one who will be entering into the Air Force later this year.  There is a sense of pride and respect that goes with the men and women of the Armed Forces and this is but a small tribute to honor their sacrifices.  From our family to yours, thank you.”

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