Author: Emma Lailey

The Strand reviews SMC Troubadours present The Crucible

Brewing with constant violence and drama, The St. Michael’s College Troubadours production of The Crucible, directed by Jeffrey Kennes, was nothing short of the relevant tragedy that has been impacting hearts since 1953. Within this truthfully macabre play, The Crucible’s cast tell the unforgettable story of unmitigated loyalty, the effects of inhumanity, and the desire for justice, in one spellbinding night. The Crucible—written by Arthur Miller—centres on the unsuspecting Village of Salem in Massachusetts, 1692, where the sinister work of the Devil, in the form of witchcraft, is performed amongst five children. Philosophically complex in nature, the village becomes...

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