By Arthur Miller
Directed by David Morgan
The Puritan purge of witchcraft in old Salem sets the stage for this Tony Award-winning tragedy from one of America’s greatest playwrights. Both a riveting history and a timely allegory for our modern-day world, The Crucible is “a powerful drama” (New York Times) about deceit, hysteria, and persecution in seventeenth-century Massachusetts.
Post-Performance Discussions March 30, April 6
ASL Interpreted Performance Mar. 30
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