Tag: The Crucible

ACTORS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES IN “THE CRUCIBLE” BY VAN HOVE – REVIEW

Ivo Van Hove’s The Crucible, which is his second gig directing an Arthur Miller classic play on Broadway (the first being A View from the Bridge), sets him firmly in the minimalist camp of letting the actors speak for themselves. At the Walter Kerr Theatre, a wooden stage faces the audience, first hosting a classroom in which school girls…

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