The Crucible Play Review : An Overall Look And Detailed

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The Crucible Play Review With an Overall Look and Detailed Look into Specific Design Aspects Garrett L. Mize Lonestar College- Kingwood Author Notes Garrett L. Mize, Student at Lonestar College. Garrett L. Mize, Still a Student at Lonestar College. This research was self funded by the parties named. Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Garrett Mize, Kingwood TX, 77381 Contact: I attended “The Crucible”, at Lonestar College. The play was held in the main theatre in the Performing Arts Center at Lonestar Kingwood College. The crowd was moderately large, not sold out but the seats were generally filled. The audience varied in age and persons. I majority was a younger crowd, less than 35 years of age. Most of the audience was dressed more casually, no one was super formal and because of the nature of the play being near Halloween, there were a few costumes that were being worn to the event. “The Crucible” was written during the time of the Cold War. America was not only fighting a silent war with Russia, but an internal one with itself. There was a large scare of finding communists on American soil, and it scared the US population. “The Crucible” is an account of the Salem Witch Trials, which was a scare in the early years of America in search of witches. The reason the author wrote the play was to compare the two events and to show how the Communist hunt was like the witch hunt in the sense of how it is

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