Running Time: Approx 3 hours with one intermission
Arthur Miller’s powerful and classic play about the Salem witch trials. Religion, conspiracy, witchcraft, and lust fuel this passionate play about shame and morality as paranoia becomes strong enough to poison a whole town. This stirring story of the Puritan purge of witchcraft in old Salem is both a gripping historical play and a timely parable of our contemporary society. A contemporary reimagining of this revolutionary play brought to life by Seattle’s finest actors.
1953 Tony Award Winner for Outstanding Play
Age Recommendation: 14+ for threatening language and implied violence ACT’s policy is to inform audiences of content, but to let parents, guardians, and teachers make decisions that they feel is most appropriate for youth and teens in their care.
Performances on select dates from October 13 – November 12, 2017. Tickets and information available here.
Join KING FM host Sean MacLean for a Behind the Scenes interview with one of the creative minds involved with the production one hour prior to the Tuesday, October 17th performance!