Anonymous Theatre: The Crucible
One of the major draws of live performance is risk. Good or bad, each performance is unlike any other. Theatre Vertigo and Anonymous Theatre will magnify that risk while also staging a tried-and-true play in an experiment that fills the Gerding Theater every year. The director, Andrés Alcalá, rehearses with each actor individually. The night of the show, the actors, unknown to each other, take their seats with the audience, revealing themselves and stepping on stage with their first line. And the audience gets to see the magic of a show being done for the first—and only—time, with its performances utterly raw and full of chance, possibility, and even danger.
This year’s production will be The Crucible, Arthur Miller's classic play about the Salem witchcraft trials of 1692.
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