Arthur Miller's "The Crucible" at Binghamton University Theatre

Dustin Hirthler (Reverend Samuel Parris), Astrid Beza (Tituba), Laura Potel (Abigail Williams) PHOTO: Jonathan Cohen | Binghamton University

WSKG's Gregory Keeler spoke with Director Anne Brady about the upcoming production of The Crucible. Click above to hear the interview.

Binghamton University Theatre presents
The Crucible
by Arthur Miller
Directed by Anne Brady

Fridays, March 9 & 16, 8:00pm
Saturdays, March 10 & 17, 8:00pm
Sunday, March 18, 2:00pm

Watters Theater
Fine Arts Building
Binghamton University
Vestal, NY

General Admission: $14
Faculty/Staff/Seniors: $12
Student: $8

Tickets can be purchased by calling the Anderson Center Box Office at 777-ARTS (2787) or by visiting

“Passion, hysteria, deceit......with Puritans?
That’s right!!

Binghamton University re-imagines the timeless Arthur Miller classic – THE CRUCIBLE”

When teenage girls are caught dancing in the woods, the quiet town of Salem, Massachusetts erupts in a frenzy of accusation. Is the devil in their midst, or do terror, greed, and lust trigger a deadly chain of events that could destroy innocent lives?

This story based on the Salem Witch Trials brings to life mesmerizing characters who sacrificed their life, honor, and legacy in a way that made a permanent stamp on American history.

“The Crucible” is produced by the Department of Theatre at Binghamton University.

The production staff includes: Anne Brady, Director; Karen Kozlowski, Set Designer; Barbara Wolfe, Costume Designer; Ed Pottorff, Lighting Designer; Steve Maffia, Sound Designer; Emely Zepeda, Stage Manager; Rudy Bamenga, Assistant DirectoR; Rachel Soto, Assistant to the Director; Sara Bowyer, Marty Murray, Elana Schlossberg, Assistant Stage Managers; Melina Smart, Jun Han, Assistant Costume Designer; Don Guido, Technical Director; Craig Saeger, Props Master, Sound Design Advisor; John Vestal, Lighting Design Advisor; Lars Updale, Electrics Advisor; Sandy Vest, Costume Shop; Annette Short, Costume Shop; Qianghua Wang, Assistant Technical Director.

The Binghamton University Theatre Department provides graduate and undergraduate curricula in the history, theory, and practice of theater for liberal arts students as well as for students preparing for active competition in all aspects of the academic or professional theater.