YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N.Y. -- Arthur Miller's "The Crucible" will be presented in three performances by Yorktown High School students in the YHS auditorium on Friday, Nov. 14, at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 15, at 2 and 7:30 p.m.
“This is the partially fictionalized account of the Salem witch trials that took place in Massachusetts during 1692 and 1693," said director and teacher Rebecca Woolley. "There is some adult language and content. "
Yorktown High School senior Sara Fisher is the assistant director for this production.
The cast includes: Deva Barer as Abigail Williams; Manny Petrino as John Proctor; Dylan Horowitz as Rev. Parris; Eleanor Louge-Heimer as Elizabeth Proctor; Jackie Stochel as Mary Warren; Adam O’Connell as Rev. Hale; Ben Child as Thomas Putnam; Willow Leitner as Ann Putnam; Ryan Cohen as Giles Corey; Shana Weiss as Rebecca Nurse; Jesser Horowitz as Gov. Danforth; Leann O’Dell as Ezekiel Cheever; Julia Starace as Tituba; Kayla Caputo as Mercy Lewis; Gloria Gevanthor as Susanna Wallcott; Marlee Pincus as Betty Parris; and Samantha Horowitz as Sarah Good. The play will also feature the original music by Nikhil Jani, Jack Swift and Chris Desiderio.
The tech crew includes: Lucy Nash as main sound board operator; Dylan Maignan as secondary sound board operator; Liz Gmoser as backstage microphone coordinator; Olivia Reinkraut as backstage microphone hands; Sophia Ellis as backstage microphone hands; James Mastroianni as sound coordinator; Arnov Singh as stagehand; Matthew Hirsch as lighting board operator; Kyle Hanson as stage manager; and Anthony Bruno as assistant stage manager.
Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the door.
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