The Music Box Theatre has tweeted April dates/times for showing The Crucible –
— Music Box Theatre (@musicboxtheatre) April 20, 2017
Digital Theatre’s recording of The Old Vic’s The Crucible will be released to Canadian screens, soon.
— CinemaLive (@CinemaLiveInfo) February 21, 2017
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).
— More2Screen (@more2screen) January 25, 2017
Richard talks about The Hobbit, Hannibal, Pilgrimage, Sleepwalker and Spooks plus a future play with Yael Farber in this interview with HMV.com.
@TheTonyAwards has tweeted they’ll be live streaming the announcement for the Olivier Awards nominations at 8am ET, on Monday –
— The Tony Awards (@TheTonyAwards) March 4, 2015
The Crucible review: flawless casting in a mature interpretation in the Sydney Morning Herald.
Richard Armitage (late of The Hobbit and Spooks) was born to play John Proctor, with his craggy looks and capacity for repressed, then explosive, anger. It is a fine, masterful performance and Yaël Farber ensures that it is never merely idealised.
I found Proctor in a room on my feet, and sometimes on my knees. I found him through the text, but like music, words reverberate through the mind, memory or imagination, and into the body. Richard Armitage tells Tom Cardy for the Dominion Post.