The Crucible

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Arthur Miller's tale of the Salem witch trials, in which a group of girls accuse upstanding women in the town of witchcraft to divert suspicion from their own activities, has been seen as an allegory for Senator Joseph McCarthy's anti-Communist crusades of the 1950s.
  • Playwright: Arthur Miller
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Awards

Outer Critics Circle
1992 Outstanding Revival of a Play Nominee

Grosses

Week Ending Week Number This Week Gross Potential Gross Diff $ Avg Ticket Top Ticket Seats Sold Seats in Theatre Perfs Previews % Cap This Week Diff % cap
Jan 5, 1992 31 $191,644.00 $0.00 $244.00 $24.84 $0.00 7715 1010 8 0 95.48% 6.00%
Dec 29, 1991 30 $191,400.00 $0.00 $8,367.00 $26.47 $0.00 7230 1010 8 0 89.48% -7.97%
Dec 22, 1991 29 $183,033.00 $0.00 $20,746.00 $23.25 $0.00 7874 1010 8 0 97.45% -0.70%
Dec 15, 1991 28 $162,287.00 $0.00 -$11,462.00 $23.39 $0.00 6939 1010 7 0 98.15% 2.48%