John Proctor Is the Villain

Mainstage Production

John Proctor Is the Villain

While studying the American play The Crucible, young women in a present-day small-town high school English class become uncomfortably aware that the effects of the #MeToo movement are part of their lives. As they struggle with the normal teen issues of self-image, friendship, reputation and trust, they begin to have a new perspective on classic literature. This challenging modern play empowers its young characters and provides a message of hope.

The play will be directed by Michael J. Arndt, and presented by the Theatre Arts and Dance Department.

Admission is $10; free with Cal Lutheran ID.

Sponsored By
College of Arts & Sciences