The line between witch and heroine blurs in this post- Me Too examination of power, love, and sex education.
In present day Appalachian Georgia, a high school class explores the seminal American classic, The Crucible. As scandal swirls in their community and old heroes are unmasked, the English assignment becomes uncomfortably relevant for the students. The line between witch and heroine blurs in this post- Me Too examination of power, love, and sex education. This world premiere production is presented in collaboration with The Farm Theater of New York City. This production contains sexual content and mature language.
Written by Kimberly Belflower
Directed by David Charles
Tickets to the Annie Russell Theatre at Rollins College are $20, with discounts available for students, groups, seniors, and alumni. Please call our box office to take advantage of a discount.
2019/02/15 - 2019/02/23
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Tickets to the performance on Friday, February 15, includes admission to our Opening Night Reception immediately following the show. Celebrate with butlered champagne, hors devours, live music, and the opportunity to meet playwright Kimberly Belflower!
Following the performance on Saturday, February 16, we’ll dialogue with the cast, designers, and playwright Kimberly Belflower.
We offer handicapped parking in the Alfond Sports Center lot directly behind the theatre. If you park in the SunTrust Parking Garage, take our shuttle, “Annie’s Rapid Transit,” to the theatre. Our shuttle stop is on the southeast corner of the garage, nearest the pedestrian crosswalk at Fairbanks and Interlachen. In order for us to accommodate your seating needs, please make our Box Office staff aware of any special requests in advance such as wheelchair seating, or accessible seating. We also have hearing assist devices for hearing impaired patrons. You may request these devices from the House Manager upon entering the theatre.