The Crucible - Limited Seating

The Crucible - Limited Seating

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Black Box

Black Box
$15 Adult, Senior/Student $12

Tickets will be General Admission with reduced quantities for social distancing. 

About The Crucible

Winner of the 1953 Tony Award for Best Play. This exciting drama about the Puritan purge of witchcraft in old Salem is both a gripping historical play and a timely parable of our contemporary society.

Performances

FRIDAY, APRIL 22 – 7:30 PM – Sold Out
SATURDAY, APRIL 23 – 7:30 PM – Sold Out
SUNDAY, APRIL 24 – 2:00 PM – Sold Out

FRIDAY, APRIL 29 – 7:30 PM – Sold Out
SATURDAY, APRIL 30 – 2:00 & 7:30 PM – 2pm limited seating, 7:30pm Sold Out
SUNDAY, MAY 1 – 2:00 PM – Sold Out

Cast

John Proctor – Brendan Keffner
Elizabeth Proctor – Justine Basquill
Abigail Williams – Hannah Drew
Re. Parris – Jim Watson
Rev. Hale – Will Salmons
Deputy Gov. Danforth – Bill King
Giles Corey – Barry Prag
Thomas Putnam – Joshua Tamburro
Judge Hathorne – Noah Aviles
Betty Parris – Samantha Acquaviva
Rebecca Nurse – Annette Curran
Susanna Walcott – Annabelle Roy
Mary Warren – Brooke Jones
Mercy Lewis – Julia Slevin
Tituba – Lorraine Stone
Ezekial Cheever – Nathan Magno
John Willard – Liam Fox
Ann Putnam/Sarah Good – Lindsey Santos
Francis Nurse – John Direse

About the OCC Repertory Theater Company

Under the direction of Performing Arts Program Chair Paul Chalakani, the mission of The OCCRTC to create opportunities for college and community participation in a variety of rich and diverse theatrical experiences. The Company seeks to engage, entertain, inspire, and educate, in order to enhance the cultural life of Ocean County College and the surrounding communities. The OCC/REP provides OCC students, faculty, staff and residents of neighboring communities the opportunity to attend and/or participate in quality performances of theatrical works – musicals and plays, classical and modern, traditional and experimental, through a well-balanced theatrical season. Additionally, The OCC/REP provides an environment for students of our performing arts program to apply what they are learning in a collaborative and encouraging format. The OCC/REP celebrates the power of the theatre to illuminate and mirror the human experience.

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Start:
April 22
End:
May 1
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