Taut and thrilling, this Tony-Award Winner for Best Play is a masterful must-see. Scapegoating, hysteria, the wielding of “God and country” as a cudgel, revenge, and the trampling of rights in times of crisis took center-stage when Miller’s iconic yet human drama about the Salem witch trials made its Broadway debut. The years have not diminished its power or its relevance. The Crucible is Miller’s most-produced work. Among his awards: 3 Tony’s, the National Medal of Arts, and the Pulitzer Prize.