The Crucible, Elizabeth Proctor
"...what buoys the production up are some excellent performances...Loehr’s Goody Proctor adds some needed gravity and psychological realism."
"Lusher’s direction effectively uses immersion with speeches and action happening in the aisles behind most of the audience at times. That technique heightens identification with the characters"
"As crucial now as when it was written using the Salem trials as an allegory for the red scare, The Crucible is a bracing tonic for these paranoid, fearful, angry timesn and paranoia."