The Arthur Miller classic about the witch hunts and trials in seventeenth-century Salem pits neighbor against neighbor and an all-too-eager prosecution against the innocent. Utilizing historical people and real events, Miller’s drama is a searing portrait of a community engulfed by hysteria. Featuring students from Greenville’s Fine Arts Center in key roles, this will be a magnificently collaborative journey through one of the greatest written plays in the literary canon.

Run Time:  3 hours including intermission.

Sponsored By //

Catie & Steven Buckingham

Susan & Mike Riordan

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The Crucible Forum //

Wednesday, September 18 from 6:30-7:45pm

Branding Our Community: Who Gets to Define Greenville

How does a community define itself, and who gets a say in that definition?  Featuring Panelists Jennifer Stilwell of VisitGreenvilleSC and John Boyanoski of Complete PR, join us as we talk with the community about who we are as a city and where we are headed in the near future.

The Crucible Cast //

Jennifer Webb

Pride and Prejudice, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson

Jason D. Johnson

Richard III, Cry It Out

Anne Kelly Tromsness

Sweat, August: Osage County

Lena Bledsoe

Warehouse Debut

Matt Reece

In the Next Room, Eurydice

Bella Lawrence

Warehouse Theatre debut

Jay Oney


Zachary Stolz

Warehouse Debut

David Turner

Richard III

Amy Dunlap

Much Ado About Nothing

David Bean

Boeing Boeing, Much Ado About Nothing

Dave LaPage

Rocky Horror Show, Important Hats of the Twentieth Century

Brock Koonce

Clybourne Park, Christmas on the Rocks

Alexandria Greenlee

Warehouse Debut

Anna Knobel

Warehouse Debut

Ben Otto Sunderman

Warehouse Debut

Isabella Gardner

Warehouse Debut

Jamaica Brewster

Warehouse Debut

The Crucible Creative //

Charlie Calvert


Margaret Caterisano


Maranda DeBusk


Kevin Frazier


Cassidy Bowles