"The Crucible" Captivates Audiences

Upper School students moved audiences with a compelling modern adaptation of Arthur Miller’s classic play The Crucible, on Feb. 6-9.

Twenty-seven students took the stage in our Black Box Theatre for four sold-out performances. The play was adapted and co-directed by theatre faculty Solomon Davis and Ellen Graham. The show explored racism, sexism, the #metoo movement, class struggles, neighbors distrusting neighbors, and facts being accepted as facts because a person in power says so.

Local set designer Liam Cole created the backdrop, with costumes designed by Heidi Heimarck, and lights by Northwest stagecraft teacher Zach Humes.

See below for more photos from the performance.