CHS performers know ‘witch’ way to act in Arthur Miller’s ‘The Crucible’

Acting, stagecraft
were excellentSpecial to The Acorn


Acting, stagecraft
were excellent

Special to The Acorn

The curtains open to a smoke filled stage, where a dozen girls are dancing wildly and calling out the devil’s name. "The Crucible," presented recently by Calabasas High School (CHS) and directed by Bill Garrett, grabs the audience right from the start.
In a story based on the Salem, Mass. witchcraft trials, Abigail William (Lori Dorfman) "suffers" from a forbidden desire to "dance with the d...

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