by Arthur Miller
Performance Hall Drama
About the Show
“A searing portrait of a community engulfed by panic.”
The Puritan town of Salem, Massachusetts appears to be beset by evil acts of witchcraft. An accusation explosively turns the community upon itself; consuming the guilty and innocent alike. The Pulitzer Prize-winning Crucible is a gripping commentary on the consequences of religious intolerance and abuses of power.
Content Advisory Mature themes and stage violence.
The Crucible is approximately two hours in length, with a fifteen minute intermission.
The Crucible is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.
Thursday, December 12 7:30pm
Friday, December 13 2:00pm
Saturday, December 14 7:30pm
Benjamin Conroy Giles Cory
Ella Daly Mary Warren
Niah Davis Abigail Williams
Nathaniel Exley John Proctor
Natalie Glum Tituba / Judge Danforth
Justine Elizabeth Joudrie Ann Putnam / Francis Nurse
Josephine Kay Susanna / Rebecca
Kianna King Betty / Martha / Sarah
Cameron Lorenzo Hathorne / Willard
Fiona McCormack Reverend Hale
Douglas Peerless Reverend Parris
Emily Anne Pugsley Elizabeth Proctor
Samuel Radelfinger Putnam
composer & sound designer Michael Doherty
stage manager Avry Payne
production manager / lighting designer R.J. Peters
set designer Caleb Marshall & R.J. Peters
costume designer Shannon Carmichael
projection design Caleb Marshall & Natalie Glum
scenic artists Kathryn Boyd & Ryan Nelson Reid
dialect coach Dr. Iris MacGregor-Bannerman
*Caleb Marshall appears with the permission of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association.
December 14, 7:30pm
Visual Story available here.
Not sensory friendly – includes startling and intimidating effects
More information on Relaxed Performances here.
- Loud aggressive heavy metal music
- Dark eerily lit stage
- High pitched prolonged screaming
- Angry shouting
- Extended weeping
- Characters acting possessed by spirits
- Intimidating uniforms & masked faces
- The image of a crucifix and a swastika combined together
- Physical violence that includes: slaps, pushes, and being thrown to the ground
- Threatening behaviour with guns (no guns are fired)
- Sound cues that involve intimidating music, whispers of ‘Devil’ and heavy breathing
- Threats of arrest and execution
- Characters being dragged away to prison
- The sound and image of someone being hung by the neck