John Proctor is the Villain

JOHN PROCTOR IS THE VILLAIN a new play by Kimberly Belflower presented in collaboration with The Farm Theater directed by Maegan McNerney Azar #FUVillain April 9-13 at 8pm matinees April 13 & 14 at 3pm one week only! In a present day, one-stoplight town in Georgia, society begins to question “the way things have always been.” As scandal swirls in their community, a high school class explores Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, and this English assignment becomes uncomfortably relevant as students reconsider the heroic nature of its seminal character. Girls grow into women as the line between heroine and witch blurs in this examination of sex, power, and education. Presented in partnership with The Farm Theater (NY), Centre College (KY), and Rollins College (FL), Furman Theatre’s is the third production of Kimberly Belflower’s new play as part of The College Collaboration Project. With a mission to help emerging playwrights develop culturally relevant plays, The Farm Theater and students from the three universities have worked with Belflower to look into every angle of the #metoo movement. Join Furman Theatre after each performance as we continue the conversation with a variety of guest speakers on topics from the show. This show is for mature audiences due to language and sexual content. Single tickets on sale March 25. Box Office (864) 294-2125. https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?ticketing=futa In the Company: Mr. Smith - Patrick Fretwell Raelynn - Anne Morgan Beth - Becca Hearn Nell - Elizabeth Collins Ivy - Morgan Goldsberry Shelby - Karsen Green Mason - Derek Leonard Lee - Matt Middleton Miss Gallagher - Tess Kamody Ensemble - Ben Connelly, Loni Covington, Emily Enlow, Annalise Harris, Clare Beth McConnell, and Dasya’ Young Shelby Understudy* - Cammi Stilwell Mason Understudy* - Dan Marino Lee Understudy* - Aaron Prince * understudies perform April 13 at 3pm stage managed by Jillian Padgett dramaturgy by Caroline Davis fight choreography by Cliff Williams III scenic design & lighting design by alan bryson costume design by Alan Smith sound design by Andy Teye props design by Beth Fraser community engagement programming by Ellie Peoples with Lizy Hernandez, Skyler Fox, Lily Mayfield, Nicolle Pierce, Dennis Cheeks, Claire Shea, Jil Gondoven, Jax Pratt, Erik Bodein, Chelsea Helton, Molly Bryant, Olivia Elkins, Anna Bowman, Emily Matthews, Erynn MacFarland, Makala Fuller, Lee McCaskill
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