No, no. Not the one you read in high school English class. That was THE Crucible. This is A Crucible.
"A CRUCIBLE follows the high school drama club at Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception as it sets out to stage Arthur Miller's classic play, The Crucible. Conflicts erupt when ideas about sexuality and contemporary performance begin to influence the young actors and their POV about the production. The young women and men, fueled by a passion for black magic and avant garde tropes, stage a coup to build a performance that addresses their own lives. This original play re-appropriates the writing of Arthur Miller, as well as Marilyn Monroe and Andy Warhol's diaries, John Huston's film The Misfits and other texts. A CRUCIBLE is a darkly comic play about the power and problems of performance."
Not Sold yet? How about this great review from nytheatre.com?
Maybe because nycstagereview called me "poignant"?
The fact that Backstage says, "Rebecca Kopec Shines..." THAT'S RIGHT!
THIS FEARLESS SPARKLING SURPRISE SHINES!!
Come on. You know you want to. Five shows left: Wed, Thurs, Fri at 8, Saturday 3 & 8.
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