The Crucible

"There are wheels within wheels in this town" - Goody Putnam.

The Reynella East College Year Twelve drama students present Arthur Miller's chilling tale of the Salem witch trials; 'THE CRUCIBLE'. As an allegory for McCarthyism caused by Communist fears in the United States during the 1950s, Miller's play tells the story of a group of young Salem women in the late 1600s who falsely accuse other villagers of witchcraft. 

75-minutes, no interval.


Tuesday, June 25th @ 7:30pm - 8:45pm

Wednesday, June 26th @ 7:30pm - 8:45pm

Reynella East College Drama Theatre - 63 Malbeck Drive, Reynella*

Free Entry with Registration


* Recommended access to the Drama Theatre is to head west along Hewlett-Packard Street, parking in the first carpark on the right, and then following the maps through to the theatre.


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