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The Crucible


The Crucible by Arthur Miller
We burn a hot fire here; it melts down all concealment.

Based on the Salem Witch Trials of 1692, which resulted in the execution of twenty innocent people, Arthur Miller’s timelessly relevant drama The Crucible explores the tragic effects of mass fear, guilt, suspicion, superstition and private vengeance on a repressed and divided community. Directed by Paula Sperdakos, The Crucible features performances by senior Theatre & Performance Studies students at the University of Toronto Scarborough.

Performance Details:

March 13-15, 2014
Doors open at 7:15 PM and performance starts at 7:30 PM sharp!
Leigha Lee Browne Theatre at the University of Toronto Scarborough

Notes: The running time of the play is approximately 2.5 hours - during a 15-minute intermission, refreshments will be served. And the L.L. Browne theatre is fully accessible - please call 416-208-2931 for more information.


$10 - Adults
$8 - Students/Seniors
$5 - Group rate (10+)

Tickets are available online at, in-person from the AEP office in room AA339/341, or by telephone (416-208-2931).

Notes: Online ticket sales end 2 hours prior to each performance. Tickets are available in-person at the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre box office. However, please be advised that tickets sold through the box office are on a first come, first served basis and the number of tickets available for sale at the door will depend on the number of tickets previously purchased on Eventbrite.

The production of The Crucible by Arthur Miller at the University of Toronto Scarborough is generously supported by MBNA, Manulife Financial, and TD Insurance.

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