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By Arthur Miller
In the spring of 1682 a Salem village reverend discovers a group of teenage girls dancing around a fire in the woods. When his daughter exhibits strange symptoms the next morning, the town becomes frenzied with talk of witchcraft. Neighbor is pitted against neighbor and the deeply religious community is torn apart. The Crucible is a timeless parable about morality and the consequences when fear takes root in a community. The play won the 1953 Tony Award for Best Play and is considered a landmark work in the canon of American drama.
Tickets are $30, and the Student rate is $15, as are RUSH tickets – available at the door, 15 minutes prior to curtain (if any seats are remaining).
For tickets and information, contact the Box Office at 979-830-8358 or visit website
Date: February 8th – 25th
Location: Unity TheatreVisit Website