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The Crucible
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7 Apr to 19 May

Set during the Salem witch trials, a puritan society believes in the power of darkness, and its ability to wreak havoc and destruction if it is unleashed.

The Crucible follows the Puritans and their discomfort in the changes of the world. As more and more innocent women are arrested and tried, the horrific potential for terror and hysteria in the face of uncertainty is released.

Resonating as a current and timely warning against irrational thinking, this story uncovers the threat of religious fundamentalism and even the potential of fake news.

By Arthur Miller

By arrangement with Hal Leonard Australia Pty Ltd, on behalf of Dramatists Play Service Inc, New York

7.30pm Thursday (26 Apr only)
8.00pm Fridays and Saturdays
6.30pm Sundays (29 Apr & 6 May only)

Doors close 5 minutes prior to performance. Late entry is not permitted.

Full $34

Concession $28
(with a valid concession card)

Group $28
(for a single booking of 10 or more seats)

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(available from the box office 15 minutes prior to curtain)

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