Amanda Funiciello, left, Eve Mercer, center, and Maggie Walsh rehearse a scene from “The Crucible.” Baker High School will present the drama Nov. 4 and 5 in the school’s black box theater.
Baldwinsville Baker High School will present Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 4 and 5 in the school’s black box theater in the auditorium.
The drama, set in Salem, Massachusetts in 1692 recounts the events of the Salem Witch Trials. Tickets are $5 for students and senior citizens and $7 for all others. Because seating is limited, advance purchase of tickets is suggested. Tickets can be ordered by contacting email@example.com.
Members of the cast, in order of appearance, are as follows: Reverend Parris (Brendan O’Toole); Betty Parris (Eve Mercer); Tituba (Nafeesa Jenkins); Abigail Williams (Amanda Funiciello); Susanna Walcott (Katie Grabowski); Ann Putnam (Morgan Noone); Thomas Putnam (Nathan Porceng); Mercy Lewis (Joanna Damiano); John Proctor (Zach Meyers); Rebecca Nurse (Jordan Reilley); Giles Corey (Andrew Cuccaro); Reverend John Hale (Alec Funiciello); Elizabeth Proctor (Nancy Canning); Francis Nurse (Nathan Porceng); Ezekiel Cheever (Zachary Colton); Marshal Herrick (Connor Sewall); Judge Hathorne (Cayman Burke); Deputy Governor Danforth (Matt Noll); Sarah Good (Breanna Piscitelli); and villagers/ensemble (Kayla Robinson, Veronica Ung-Kono and Shannon Quinn)
Kelly Cary is the school information officer for the Baldwinsville Central School District.