The Warehouse Theatre presents The Crucible now through October 13. This Arthur Miller classic about the witch hunts and trials in seventeenth-century Salem pits neighbor against neighbor and an all-too-eager prosecution against the innocent.
Utilizing historical people and real events, Miller’s drama is a searing portrait of a community engulfed by hysteria. Featuring students from Greenville’s Fine Arts Center in key roles, this will be a magnificently collaborative journey through one of the greatest written plays in the literary canon.
Performances take place Thursdays Through Sundays, now through October 13. General admission tickets are $35 for adults. Tickets or a waiting list will be available at the lobby box office 45 minutes before curtain.
Featuring Jennifer Webb (Pride and Prejudice, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson), Jason D. Johnson (Richard III, Cry It Out), Anne Kelly Tromsness (Sweat, August: Osage County), Lena Bledsoe (Warehouse debut), Matt Reece (In the Next Room, Eurydice), Bella Lawrence (Warehouse debut), Jay Oney (Amadeus), Zach Stolz (Warehouse debut), David Turner (Richard III), Amy Dunlap (Much Ado About Nothing), David Bean (Boeing Boeing, Much Ado About Nothing), Dave LaPage (The Rocky Horror Show, Important Hats of the Twentieth Century), Brock Koonce (Christmas on the Rocks, Clybourne Park), Alexandra Greenlee (Warehouse debut), Anna Knobel (Warehouse debut), Benjamin Otto Sunderman (Warehouse debut), Isabella Gardner (Warehouse debut), and Jamaica Brewster (Warehouse debut).
Featuring designs by Charley Calvert (Scenic), Margaret Caterisano (Costumes), Maranda DeBusk (Lights), Kevin Frazier (Sound), and Cassidy Bowles (Properties).
Please call the box office at (864) 235-6948 or visit warehousetheatre.com for more information.