The Crucible

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by Arthur Miller

Tonight, we are reading Arthur Miller’s landmark play, a scathing commentary on the Salem Witch Trials of 1692. The Crucible is an allegory of McCarthy’s pursuit of Communists in the 1950s, and also reflects on fanaticism in our own time.

Cast:

John Proctor –James Lockhart

Abigail Williams– Misty Lynn Macey

Mary Warren– Karen Dieruf

Giles Corey– Wyatt Doremus

Rebecca Nurse– Sandy Lisiewski

Reverend Hale– Ted Wenskus

Elizabeth Proctor– Amy Canfield

Reverend Parris– Justin Rielly

Betty Parris– Lory Love Restivo

Tituba– Kesha Sharee

Susanna Walcott– Lory Love Restivo

Mrs. Putnam– Sandra Lowe-Dusel

Thomas Putnam– Sue Zuris

Mercy Lewis– Jaimi McLean

Francis Nurse– Kesha Sharee

Ezekiel Cheever– Roger Gans

Marshal John Willard– Jamie McLean

Judge Hathorne– Sue Zuris

Deputy Governor Danforth– Andrew Cowen

Sarah Good– Karen Dieruf

Hopkins– Lory Love Restivo

Stage Directions Kathleen Doremus

This reading is scheduled for:

Saturday May. 15, 2021 07:30 PM (concluded)

Zoom Link:

When you attend as an audience member:

  •  Use headphones if you can.
  •  Please mute your microphone when not applauding or laughing or responding.
  •  Please turn off your video transmission while actors are reading.  You are welcome to have it on preshow and during intermission.

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