It appears that Yael Farber’s, The Crucible, is available for US cinemas from 1st March. There doesn’t seem to be information, yet, on cinemas or schedules. But, it’s a beginning. (Our thanks to rcny13 and jh and dorkinlove).
Photographer Jay Brooks posted a new picture of Richard from The Crucible photoshoot –
Richard has tweeted that there will be 2 special screenings of The Crucible at the Edinburgh Digital Entertainment Festival, 14 and 22 August.
Win a chair used by Richard in The Crucible.
Richard just tweeted about The Crucible playing in Russia:
Forum Art Challenge 225 Results – The Crucible Book Covers – are now in The Gallery.
Forum Art Challenge 224 Results – The Crucible B&W Icons – are now in the Gallery.
Digital Theatre has announced that, as part of ODEON Cinema’s Silver Cinema screenings, there will be one further performance of The Crucible, with complimentary tea and coffee and biscuits, from 2pm on Thursday 25th June ONLY. Tickets can be purchased HERE.
We’ve added a new album of The Crucible screencaps to our Gallery.
Vodzilla.co has given The Crucible on Screen 10/10 and says of Richard:
The cast heat things up quickly, led by a fiery performance from Richard Armitage. He throws himself into the middle of the auditorium as John Proctor, beginning the play commanding and confident.
Above the din rises Richard’s innocent man, sporting a ragged beard and dishevelled outfit that seems to fall apart in front of us. “What is John Proctor?” he cries to the heavens, his voice hoarse from the strain. It’s a colossal performance in a towering, timeless play that, thanks to Farber’s lack of fuss, feels even more relevant today. At three and half hours, The Crucible is a monumental piece of theatre. It’s a fortress – and there’s isn’t a single crack in it.