The Crucible tells the story of one man’s fight to save his identity in a repressive Puritan community where intolerance collides with lust.
The Crucible tells the story of one man’s fight to save his identity in a repressive Puritan community where intolerance collides with lust and superstition, fuelling widespread hysteria with tragic results.
Written more than 60 years ago, Arthur Miller’s The Crucible speaks to our modern times so clearly. Every day we are witness to the horrors of terror and persecution and Miller’s play is both profoundly chilling and also deeply hopeful.
Dalkey Players, RTÉ All Ireland Drama Festival Winners 2023 are delighted to bring The Crucible by Arthur Miller, directed by Emma Jane Nulty as their entry to the Full Length Drama Circuit 2024.
Kirana Bhagwan, Dermot Byrne, Hannah Clabby, Noel Connolly, Sarah Coughlan, Simon Cunningham, Louschia Harding, George Hogan, Colm Kearns, Anna Kilcoyne, Fiona Lester, Alice Meehan, Gar Molloy, Sharon Nealon, Stevie NíLiam, Alan Nuzum, Gagan Singh, Paul Stack and Michael Ryan.
Founded in 1976, Dalkey Players is one of Ireland’s best known amateur drama groups. The group is based in the historic town of Dalkey in south County Dublin. They rehearse every Tuesday and Thursday, September to May, and perform regularly in Dalkey Town Hall and other local venues.
Venue: Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre, Castle Street, Dalkey, Ireland