Drama scholars have been working hard in rehearsals preparing for their production of The Crucible at the start of March.
A small group of students will be performing Arthur Miller’s acclaimed play across two nights in the studio space of the Spencer Building. Cut down to just over an hour in length, the production will take place on 1 and 2 March.
This version of the play seeks to achieve fast-paced action coupled with an immersive and intimate experience, as we are invited to witness John Proctor wrestle with the very core of his morality in the face of the infamous Salem witch trials.
The production is open to current parents only. There is no charge for tickets but, with numbers limited to 120, anyone wishing to come should book early by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Worth’s Drama department is renowned for the quality of its productions. Our next show in the 250-seat Performing Arts Centre theatre will be the Middle School production of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe from March 22-24.