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The Crucible

Old Vic/Tricycle Cinema, 7 Dec 2014

Set in late seventeenth-century Massachusetts, The Crucible brings dramatic life to the horrors of a community-wrecking witch hunt. A crafty and charismatic young woman, Abigail Williams, is incited to create mischief when honest John Proctor jilts her and returns to his young, sickly but unswervingly upright wife. 450 more words


The Crucible

At first glance, The Crucible (Die Hexen von Salem) doesn’t appear to be an East German film at all. It is directed by a Belgian, it stars French actors, and it has a screenplay by Jean-Paul Sartre. 2,762 more words


Five Things You Should Know About Theatre Calgary's 2015-16 season

Theatre Calgary’s 2015-16 season includes a new musical with a legendary musical pedigree (The Little Prince), a slew of Calgary acting icons (Haysam Kadri, Val Planche), taking turns direcing shows, a Canadian premiere (of Morris Panych’s The Shoplifters), a Broadway sensation (The Light in the Piazza), a time-honoured classic (Arthur Miller’s The Crucible), and Stephen Hair – in two shows (A Christmas Carol and The Shoplifters). 601 more words


All My Sons: Revision Resource

I found a resource online which addressed All My Sons.  I have long lost the original and will be very happy to give credit where due, if the original writer contacts me. 34 more words

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Burn, Baby, Burn, like a Dystopian Inferno!

Reading Arthur Miller’s ‘Death of a Salesman’ in 2015 is like checking the timetable of a ship that’s long since sailed.

If the seeds of style superceding substance, and being well-liked carrying more sway than being well-versed were taking root in the late ’40s, they’ve since spread into an all-pervasive network of apocalyptic, cultural knotweed. 292 more words


A View from the Bridge - Review

A good production of a good play, the Bolton Octagon’s production of Miller’s ‘A View from the Bridge’ was distinctly average but overall enjoyable. 566 more words