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LITTLE SILVER: RBR PRESENTS ‘THE CRUCIBLE’

crucible-rbr-9695364Beginning December 1, Red Bank Regional stages Arthur Miller’s American classic play ‘The Crucible,’ including from left cast members Skyler Post, Jay Izzo, Erin McEvoy, Maximum Portman, Samuel Zatorski, and Luke Pearlberg.

Press release from Red Bank Regional High School

Beginning Thursday, December 1, the Theatre Company at Red Bank Regional High School will present Arthur Miller’s play The Crucible as its fall dramatic production.

Set during the time of the infamous Salem Witch Trials of the Massachusetts Bay Colony — and first brought to Broadway in 1953 — the Tony winning drama by the author of Death of a Salesman traced some stark parallels to the anti-Communist “witch trials” of postwar America, and is regarded as a classic that continues to present a bold message whenever and wherever fear runs rampant, neighbor is pitted against neighbor, and the nature of truth itself is called into question.

Performances will take place inside the RBR auditorium at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, December 1, 2 and 3 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults ($5 for students 18 and younger, and senior citizens 62 and older) with RBR students and staff admitted free of charge.

Cast members of the RBR production include:

Character                 Student                  Home Town

Reverend Parris        Jay Izzo                     Little Silver

Betty Parris                Lily Pena                  Red Bank

Tituba                         Gianna Pallante       Millstone

Abigail Williams       Skyler Post               Shrewsbury

Susanna Walcott       Olivia Jordan           Shrewsbury

Mrs. Ann Putnam     Abigail Joyce            Rumson

Thomas Putnam       Liam Sheehan           Red Bank

Mercy Lewis              Tamia Waddy           Red Bank

Mary Warren             Mara Campolattaro Rumson

John Proctor              Maximum Portman Little Silver

Rebecca Nurse           Elysha Robinson      Shrewsbury

Giles Corey                Luke Pearlberg         Brielle

Reverend John Hale Samuel Zatorski      Red Bank

Elizabeth Proctor      Erin McEvoy            Neptune City

Francis Nurse            Jose Rojas                Red Bank

Ezekial Cheever        Corbin Nielsen        Avon

Marshal Herrick       Corey Van Huff       Neptune City

Judge Hathorne       Jack FacconeStockwell  Red Bank

Deputy Governor    Danforth Davis Bush Millstone

Sarah Good              Dixie O’Connell        Little Silver

Hopkins                    Corey Van Huff        Neptune City

Ensemble: (Townsfolk, Girls, Martha Corey’s Voice, Echos):  Lily McLoughlin, Alanah Ramos, Gianna Brockriede, Molly Pair, Jacquelyn Conforti, Julianna Conforti, Sophie Wright, Megan Moran, Shea Grant, Gillian Andresen, Alexa Kirkpatrick.

Red Bank Regional is located at 101 Ridge Road in Little Silver, NJ. Tickets can be ordered through the website MySchoolBucks or purchased at the door the day of the performance.  For more information call (732)842-8000 ext. 1-227, or visit the www.rbrhs.org.

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