The Crucible

By | November 24, 2008

November 2008

Arthur Miller’s classic; 4 Acts, 2 ½ Hours; of tremendous Drama dealing with the infamous Salem Witch-hunts of 1692.

A totally committed and talented cast rehearsed for 4 months to do justice to the tragedy of John and Elizabeth Proctor, and the innocents who were swept up in the religious hysteria.

Miller wrote this as a parallel to the McCarthy witch hunts in the ’50s in America of which he was a victim.

“…the demanding script was handled with maturity and startling interpretation…the production excelled from the beginning.”

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