Our fourth regular season show is a drama written by Arthur Miller, directed by Melissa Malloy

January 12 through February 4, 2024

The Crucible is a play by American playwright Arthur Miller. Written in 1953, it is a dramatized and fictionalized retelling of the Salem witch trials that took place in Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1692-93. The majority of the characters are real historical figures. Miller wrote the play as an allegory for McCarthyism. It is regarded as a central work in the canon of American drama. It’s a story of one man’s struggle toward grace. It renders human struggles both internal and external: a community galvanized by fear and suspicion, a wife betrayed by lust, an orphan girl blind with passion and obsessed with revenge, ruthless prosecutors, deluded holy men, and covetous neighbors. Our director has updated once again, this time to 2020, where it appears the country is again seemingly divided and moving in two extreme directions.

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Adults: $26
Seniors (62+)/Students/Active Military: $23
Groups of 10 or more/same performance: $21
Processing fee: $1.50