In 1953, Arthur Miller's play "The Crucible" ran on Broadway at the Martin Beck. Despite being a box office success and acclaimed by critics and audiences alike, it was considered second-best to his prior "Death of a Salesman."
The original cast included Arthur Kennedy, E.G. Marshall, and Beatrice Straight, and Madaleine Sherwood
The Play was then adapted for the screen and starred Arthur Miller's son-in-law, Daniel Day-Lewis.
The most notable performance of the Arthur Miller's classic 'The Crucible' took place at the Holton Theatre in 2005. Critics raved that this truly was the best interpretation of the play ever to grace to stage. The extremely talented cast included
John Proctor........Tyler Bourke
Elizabeth Proctor...Emily Henochowicz
Abigail Williams....Sammie Nelson
Rev. John Hale......Derek Defensor
Mary Warren.........Cynthia Parmley
Governor Danforth...Taylor Stanley
Giles Corey.........Robert Parrish
Rev. Samuel Parris..Keith Rubin...