POSTPONED: The Crucible
This event has been postponed. Stay tuned for details.
The Crucible, written in 1953 by Arthur Miller, is a fictionalized story of the Salem witch trials that took place in 1692 in Salem Massachusetts. This is one of the most produced plays in the American theatre and is considered a classic. The production in the School of Film, Dance and Theatre will take place in the round, in an immersive, multi-dimensional environment in which the action will surround the audience. Movement scores and mediated sequences will intersect the dialogue creating a visually poetic collage of a world spiraling out of control and caught in a viral frenzy echoing our current political moment.
Tickets go on sale Aug. 1. For single tickets, click the Buy Tickets button. Discount ticket packages are available Aug. 1–Sept. 15 at season.asu.edu. The Herberger Institute also offers discounts to seniors and to ASU students, faculty, staff and alumni for most of its events. Herberger Institute faculty, staff and students are eligible for complimentary tickets for this event when requested in advance. Visit herbergerinstitute.asu.edu/box-office to request complimentary tickets.