Following their critically-acclaimed 2015 production of Death of a Salesman, Ironweed Productions is returning to the world of Arthur Miller with a production of his haunting and electrifying masterpiece, The Crucible. Directed by Ironweed Artistic Director Scott Harrison, this production promises a ride full of suspense, twists and shocking revelations. It opens on Halloween weekend, October 26th, and runs through November 12th at El Museo Cultural, Ironweed's home from 2006-2011.
Based on true events, The Crucible is a powerful reminder of the devastating consequences when fear takes root in a community.
SCOTT HARRISON (Director) is a graduate of the American Repertory Theatre Institute in Cambridge, MA. In 2002, he produced and directed his first project, The Roads to Home by Horton Foote at the 78th Street Theatre Lab in NewYork. Before founding Ironweed Productions in 2005, he directed The Vagina Monologues by Eve Ensler in collaboration with PeaceKeepers, a violence prevention organization serving the Eight Northern Indian Pueblos, and The Carpetbagger’s Children by Horton Foote as a company member with Theaterwork. As Artistic Director of Ironweed, he has directed productions of ‘Night, Mother, Doubt: a Parable, The Trip to Bountiful, American Buffalo, Our Town and Death of a Salesman. He has also performed in Ironweed productions of Fool for Love, True West, Rabbit Hole, Buried Child and Good People. He studied directing and acting at the Studio Theatre Conservatory in Washington, DC and has studied acting in Santa Fe with Wendy Chapin.