Spring Theatre Production

YC Drama will perform The Crucible

The Crucible

Arthur Miller’s classic and compelling drama of paranoia and superstition, The Crucible, opens Thursday, February 26, at 7:30 pm. 

In 1692, in a small American town, a group of mischievous girls are caught dancing in the woods while conjuring spirits. To escape punishment they accuse others of witchcraft. Husbands, wives, sons, daughters, neighbors and friends are forced to sentence the accused … or risk being accused themselves. This magnificent work continues to resonate and is as relevant today as when it was first produced.

The performances will be February 26th through March 1st at 7:30 pm on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and at 2:00 pm on Sunday in Gurganus Hall. It will cost six dollars for adults, four dollars for seniors and students and is free for York College students, faculty and staff.    Pics



Betty Parris

Bailey Carr

Reverend Samuel Parris

Jason Hernandez


Vanessa Brown

Abigail Williams

London Hawley

Susanna Wallcott

Aleesha Torneten

Mrs. Ann Putnam

Renee Willard

Thomas Putnam

Royce Roberts

Mercy Lewis

Natasha Hackett

Mary Warren

Maegan Simpson

John Proctor

Mitchell Roush

Rebecca Nurse

Sonia Rohda

Giles Corey

Brian Keller

Reverend John Hale

Matt Ward

Elizabeth Proctor

Sara S. Firm

Francis Nurse

Nick Parsons

Ezekiel Cheever

Ben Krekel

John Willard

Ben Ketcherside

Judge Hathorne

Andrew Miller

Deputy-Governor Danforth

Stephen Detlefs

Sarah Good

Kathleen Pearson


A.J. Wharton

Assistant Director

Sarah Stoutzenberger


John I. Baker III

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