The Crucible11/3/2015 to 14/3/2015
Dark, dramatic, powerful and confronting, The Crucible has long been considered a key work in the canon of American drama. Arthur Miller’s story exposes the characters of the 17th century witch trials in Salem, Massachusetts, and forces us to question whether we can ever believe what we see and hear. Originally written as an allegory of McCarthyism in the 1950s, the play’s central themes of deception, paranoia and revenge, remain unquestionably relevant today. Whitgift Drama is proud to present this challenging production in collaboration with Old Palace of John Whitgift School, as our talented Upper School actors bring Miller’s Salem to life.
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Children 16 and under, Over 60s, Students (17–25 in full-time education)