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The Crucible

The Crucible
An American classic. Miller’s dramatization of the Salem witch trials of 1692 was written as an allegory of the 1950’s hunt for communists. Both events were fed by fear-mongering, suspicion and accusations leading to public hysteria.

Estimated length: 2 hours and 30 minutes.


$9.50 for students and teachers.

One complimentary chaperone seat with each 15 students. Additional non-educator adults are $16.

For just $3 per student more you can have an artist visit your school with an interactive lesson to set the stage for the performance -- if you book with your reservation.

Firm confirmation of amount to be paid is due 6 weeks before performance date.

Financial assistance available thanks to The Alan and Linda Cohen Education Fund; please request before selecting date.


Recommended for students in grades 8-12

This play will help meet Common Core Standards / Indiana Standards in English/Language Arts, History/Social Studies, & Theatre Arts.


-Pros and cons of a theocratic state

-Manipulating through fear

-Importance of reputation

-Justice vs. Vengeance

For make reservations or for additional information, please contact Pat Bebee at 317.916.4841 or Kara Moreland at 317.916.4842. E-mail: or Toll free number: 1.888.553.8109

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