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    The Crucible

    The fall portion of New Jersey Shakespeare Festival's 2001 Season continues with Arthur Miller's timeless American classic. Nineteen men and women have been hanged at Gallows Hill on charges of conspiring with the devil. Hundreds of others face accusations of witchcraft, and dozens more languish in jail without trials. Arthur Miller's chilling allegory — based upon the 1692 Salem witch trials and inspired by the McCarthy "witch hunts" of 1952 — transcends history. An edge-of-your-seat cautionary tale of the dangers of puritanical codes of morality and judgment, it is a timeless drama that reveals universal truths about the human spirit and its capacity for both good and evil.

    Dates:  Oct. 27, 2001 - Nov. 18, 2001
    Previews start: Oct. 23, 2001
    Schedule:  Varied schedule
    Venue:  F.M. Kirby Shakespeare Theatre (N.J.), 36 Madison Ave, Madison, N.J 36 Madison Avenue at Lancaster Road on th
    Price:  $21-$50
    Tickets/info:  (973) 408-5600

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