The CrucibleThe Crucible
by Arthur Miller
Directed by Dawne Churchville
When the Salem minister's daughter is struck speechless, her father sets about looking for the cause - and finds witchcraft. Soon a quiet New England village has erupted in suspicion and terror as neighbor accuses neighbor. At the center of the storm stand two people, John and Elizabeth Proctor, who refuse to bend in the face of public and official hysteria. The Crucible is both a moving portrait of a community tragedy as well as an explosive political allegory.
February 14-16, 21-23 2008 - 8 pm
Tickets are $12 - Reserved Seating
For tickets call 325-674-ARTS (2787)
The Tepper Semester is a unique program in which the ACU Theatre is partnering with the Syracuse University Department of Drama to give students the opportunity to live and study in New York City.