Justice is blind. Really?
The truth shall prevail. Will it?
Do you have the strength to stand against the masses?
Enter a world all too familiar in idolising our higher authority which comes short in integrity, moral conduct and trust.
Arthur Miller’s The Crucible is a central work in the canon of American drama.Â Set in a theocratic society, in which the church and the state are one.Â In this religiously suppressed society, the fatal concoction of faith and law is thoroughly exposed.Â Faith is a belief with no necessary evidence; while Law only requires belief as evidence.
The daughter of local minister, Reverend Parris, has fallen into a coma-like state.Â Finding little medical reasons, rumours of witchcraft begin to spread.Â Parrisâs niece, Abigail Williams, picks up on these rumours and lies about seeing the devil frolicking with the local townsfolk.Â As more townspeople are picked out as witches, will the community continue to sing the death knell as a holy hymn?
Do they want to kill because they believe the accused are witches, or do they believe the accused are witches because they want to kill?
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