Written by Arthur Miller in 1952, The Crucible is a historical play based on the events of the Salem witch trials that took place in Massachusetts in 1692. This exciting drama about the Puritan purge of witchcraft in old Salem is not only a gripping historical play but serves as a timely parable of our contemporary society. It reminds us of what can happen when the fog of self-interest, pride, fear, and deceit combine to produce a hysteria that clouds truth and justice.
March 15, 16 and 22, 23 @ 7:30pm
March 17 and 24 @ 3:00pm
Word and Worship Center Chapel
$12 - Adults
$10 - Seniors 55 and Older
$10 - Children 12 and Under
$8 - NCU Student/Staff/Faculty
*Doors open 30 minutes before show times*
Will call will open 1 hour prior to the show time
*Opening Weekend only - Fri Mar 15 & Sat Mar 16*
The Crucible Post-Play Conversation following the performance
“This is a sharp time, now, a precise time…” -- Arthur Miller
After the Friday and Saturday evening performance, English Professor Gary Dop will host a discussion on North Central University’s production of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible. The discussion will involve Director Wayne Matthews, as well as the cast and production team. The audience for each evening performance is invited to stay after the curtain call to join the conversation.
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Parking Map - parking available in lots PS, P6, P7, P1