Directed by Benet Catty
21 - 24 Oct in the Main House @ 7:30pm | matinee Friday 23rd @ 2:30pm | Saturday 24th @ 5:00pm
Anticipated running time: 2 hours, 30 minutes
Please note this is an estimated running time and may be subject to change
As one of Arthur Miller's most famous plays, the Crucible was written as an indictment of the McCarthyism that gripped America in the 1950s. This re-creation of the Salem witchcraft trials of the 17th century remains sharply contemporary in its precision and savagery. From a foundation of bigotry, ignorance and fear, the small town of Salem explodes into mindless persecution.
Tickets: £8 (Seniors: £5.50 | Students & Unwaged: £3.00)
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