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Crime and Punishment


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Crime and Punishment


Crime and Punishment opens January 22

This new, award-winning adaptation of Dostoyevsky's "conversation on the nature of evil" is told by three actors. This intimate psychological and spiritual journey unveils hidden dimensions of the human condition as adapted into a 90 minute play by Marilyn Campbell and Curt Columbus.

Directed by Salem Theatre Managing Director Catherine Bertrand.
Cast includes Alexander Castillo-Nuñez, Robert Cope, Alexis Jade Mears.

 

  • Thursday, January 22: Press Opening
  • Friday, January 23: Pay-What-You-Think. In a twist on the pay-what-you-will model audience members will pay what they think the show is worth following the show.
  • Saturday, January 24: Opening Weekend Meet & Greet – Meet the cast and director following the performance.
  • Sunday, January 25: College Show - $10 tickets available for ALL college students with a valid student ID. Save an additional $5 with the code CREATIVESALEM
  • Thursday, February 5: LGBT Night. Discount Tickets and Post Show Meet and Greet.

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PRESS COVERAGE

CREATIVE SALEM

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UP NEXT


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TWELFTH NIGHT

OPENS MARCH 19th 2014

A shipwreck separates a brother and sister. A lovesick Duke pines for a bereft Duchess. A returned soldier drinks and plots at home. A servant dreams of love from his mistress. Nothing is what it seems. Shakespeare's unparalleled comedic masterpiece weaves humor, song and mourning to get to the core of being human. 

"Oh Time, thou must untangle this, not I. 'Tis too hard a know fo rme to untie!"

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PREVIOUSLY


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PREVIOUSLY


Under Milk Wood

by Dylan Thomas

In the mythical Welsh Village of Llareggub, people are dreaming, singing, laughing, working, sleeping drinking and loving through their last hours on earth.

In this production of Under Milk Wood, Director Matt Gray has recreated the layered magic that Dylan Thomas envisioned. The coupled charm of long gone radio days juxtaposed with Welsh village life is a humanistic feast luscious in its complexity. The audience is swept undertow by the myriad voices of the characters who’ve called Milk Wood home. 
~Joey Phoenix

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