Click download button to view (5.1 MB)
Performed: 22-26 October 1992; Arthur Miller's "The Crucible" was set in Salem during the Puritan purge of witchcraft in the 1690s. A young servant girl maliciously accuses the wife of a young farm couple which causes her arrest. The play was directed by Dr. Wayne Claeren, scenic design/produced by Carlton Ward, costume design by Freddy Clements, lighting/sound design/technical direction by David Keefer, stage managment/costume shop management by Joyce Tate and John Daniels (assistant). This item is contained within the Clements drama production materials.
This performance was held in the Stone Center Theatre.
- Michelle Self -- Betty Parris
- Todd Edwards -- Rev. Samuel Parris
- Camisha Thomas -- Tituba
- Allison Crawford -- Abigail Williams
- Melissa Crow -- Susanna Walcott
- Kathryn Polka -- Mrs. Ann Putnam
- John Daniels -- Thomas Putnam
- Katie Strayhorn -- Mercy Lewis
- Eleanor Brown -- Mary Warren
- Phil Pyle -- John Proctor
- Amanda Ennis -- Rebecca Nurse
- Robert Vance -- Giles Corey
- John Battles -- Rev. John Hale
- Christy Lee -- Elizabeth Proctor
- Danny Brown -- Francis Nurse
- Antjuan Oden -- Ezekial Cheever
- Dennis Lashbrook -- John Willard
- Tom Millington -- Judge Hathorne
- Don Elliott -- Deputy-Governor Danforth
- Lesley Sullins -- Sarah Good
Is Part Of
The original items are located in the Library’s Alabama Gallery Special Collections.
Jacksonville State University -- History, College and school drama, Theater programs
These materials are the property of Jacksonville State University and are intended for non-commercial use. They may be copied for research, teaching, personal, or any fair use as defined by U.S. copyright law. The materials may not be altered in any way. Users of these materials are asked to acknowledge Jacksonville State University. For questions or further information about usage rights, please contact email@example.com.
Jacksonville State University, "The Crucible (1992) | Program" (1992). Department of Theatre & Film Performance Archive. 143.