Download The Crucible by Arthur Miller

Here’s an Amer­i­can clas­sic. The Cru­cible, the great play by Arthur Miller, pre­miered in 1953, and it famous­ly used the 1690s Salem Witch Tri­als to offer a com­men­tary on McCarthyite Amer­i­ca. Thanks to LA The­atre Works, you can now lis­ten to the play online. The pro­duc­tion stars Sta­cy Keach, Richard Drey­fuss, Ed Beg­ley, Jr., Joe Spano, and Michael York, among oth­ers. And it’s direct­ed by Mar­tin Jenk­ins. You can access it in two mp3s: Hour 1 here and Hour 2 here.

Update: It appears that this pro­gram is no longer avail­able online. If you real­ly want a free copy, you do have one good alter­na­tive. You can down­load the per­for­mance of The Cru­cible, as an audio book, if you reg­is­ter for a 30-day free tri­al of Once the tri­al is over, you can con­tin­ue your Audi­ble sub­scrip­tion (as I did), or can­cel it, and still keep the audio book. The choice is entire­ly yours.

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