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John Proctor, "The Crucible" - In the Round at The Old Vic

John Proctor, "The Crucible" - In the Round at The Old Vic

THE CRUCIBLE / Mary Warren (Eliza Martin) escapes a beating from John Proctor (Christian Tribuzio) by announcing she saved the life of his wife Elizabeth (Kaitlyn Alexander)

These chairs and bench though!

"The Sheriff brought the witch up the broad aisle, her chains clanking as she stepped." illustration of Rebecca Nurse by Freeland A. Carter published in "The Witch of Salem, or Credulity Run Mad" by John R. Musick circa 1893. #salemwitchtrials

The Trial of Rebecca Nurse

The Crucible  Old Vic Tue Jun 24 - Sat Sep 13

The Crucible

Three-and-a-half-hours engulf your soul like a black mass in this titanic, ritualistic production of Arthur Miller’s tragedy about the Salem witch trials

I like how the windows are suspended with no back wall. We would need to do this from the floor (no fly system :-( ) and add the lighting through the windows.

This is a compelling set design for The Crucible. Colour is used in amongst the dark set.

"Can you guess where we are today? #CalmBeforeTheShoot " https://twitter.com/digitaltheatre/status/509302978126180353

Digital Theatre on

Neil Salvage and William Gaunt

Neil Salvage and William Gaunt

John and Elizabeth Proctor, final scene of The Crucible. Play with Richard Armitage at the Old Vic.

John and Elizabeth Proctor, final scene of The Crucible. Play with Richard Armitage at the Old Vic.

Arthur Miller’s endlessly revived historical drama from 1953 suddenly feels like the freshest, scariest play in town.

Review: In Arthur Miller’s ‘Crucible,’ First They Came for the Witches

Ben Whishaw as John Proctor and Sophie Okonedo as Elizabeth in The Crucible.

“ Proctor: Spite only keeps me silent. It is hard to give a lie
 to dogs. (Pause, for the first time he turns directly to her.) I
 would have your forgiveness, Elizabeth. Arthur Miller “The Crucible”...

“ Proctor: Spite only keeps me silent. It is hard to give a lie to dogs. (Pause, for the first time he turns directly to her.) I would have your forgiveness, Elizabeth. Arthur Miller “The Crucible”.

'Let her pretend she was attacked now.' @NatalieGavin https://twitter.com/robertdelamere/status/520619614162944000

Robert Delamere on

The brilliant Natalie Gavin and Samantha Colley - The Crucible

Abigail Williams (Winona Ryder) to John Proctor (Daniel Day-Lewis): "I am but God's finger, John. If he would condemn Elizabeth, she will be condemned." -- from The Crucible (1996) directed by Nicholas Hytner

Abigail Williams (Winona Ryder) to John Proctor (Daniel Day-Lewis): "I am but God's finger, John. If he would condemn Elizabeth, she will be condemned." -- from The Crucible directed by Nicholas Hytner

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