November 8 through 10, Dover-Sherborn High School will present Arthur Miller's 'The Crucible,' at the school's Mudge Auditorium.
The school offers this description of the play:
In 1692 Salem, Massachusetts, cries of witchcraft are spreading through the village like wildfire. Caught in the middle of the fire is John Proctor, a man with a scarred past who finds his wife recently accused by a teenage girl. What truly happened in Salem during the infamous witch trials? Playwright Arthur Miller imagines what was most likely at the heart of this stain on American history. He also poses an important question to the audience: how far would you go to save your reputation, and maybe even your soul?
Dover-Sherborn High School's 'The Crucible' is directed by Joseph Catalfano, with production design by Len Schnabel and artistic and costuming design by Judy Cranshaw.
The production will be performed Thursday, Nov. 8; Friday, Nov. 9; and Saturday, Nov. 10 at 7 p.m., with a Saturday matinee at 2 p.m. The address is 9 Junction Street, Dover.
Tickets are available at the Dover Deli, Dover Market, and Sherborn Walgreens, or online at www.ticketstage.com.
Laura Franzini can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.