The Crucible—Community Reading A historic and insightful examination of modern turmoil By Arthur Miller Community Reading led by John Propster You are the Reader and/or the Audience This informal reading of this classic play will be done over Zoom. If you want, you can be one of the readers. Contact email@example.com to join in the activity. Experienced actors welcome. This very informal project is a great way for new actors to get involved, too. Diverse actors throughout the community are encouraged to join the fun. The Crucible Arthur Miller’s 1953 play, a dramatized and partially fictionalized story of the Salem witch trials, was written as an allegory for McCarthyism and touches on themes that are pertinent in today’s America where the very existence of democracy is being challenged. Pointers for How To Read a Script Theatrikos 1 st Sunday Drama Club on Sunday, March 7 at 6:30 pm will provide pointers on how to do a cold reading for a script like this. It’s easy and fun. If you want to attend the community readings, this drama club is not required, of course. But you’re quite welcome to attend.