The Crucible is a horror story eerily familiar to all of us. Written by the legendary American playwright Arthur Miller, and studied by millions of school students around the world, it focuses on the theme of contagious hysteria and the havoc it can wreak to the most peaceful of societies. In contemporary Australia, warnings of baseless witch-hunting should not go unheeded.
Take some friends, don’t expect to feel great. But get talking seriously about what is real and what is imagined and why or how that’s important to you right now.