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The Good John Proctor

Opening Date: Mar 11, 2023

Closing Date: Apr 01, 2023

Running Time: 01:30

The Good John Proctor
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Playing @

Connelly Theater

220 East 4th Street New York City, NY 10009

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The Good John Proctor is a new look at the lead-up to the Salem Witch Trials, imagining the inner lives of the real girls at the center of the trials as they hurtle toward the events dramatized in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible. Abigail Warren, age eleven, and Betty Parris, age nine and a half, are best friends. There’s also Mercy Lewis, the child alcoholic, and Mary Warren, who shakes for no reason. The girls churn butter, play with poppets and listen to The Woods at night. But their world is turned upside-down when Abigail starts to work for a farmer named John Proctor. Playwright Talene Monahon brings these familiar names to new life as the young women of Salem navigate the nature of Satan and the bloody trials of adolescence.

COVID-19 Safety Information:
Masks are required.
Show Notes

Show Notes: No intermission

Performance Schedule:

TUESDAY-FRIDAY @ 7 PM
SATURDAY @ 2 PM & 8 PM
SUNDAY @ 2 PM
No 2 PM performance on March 11
No 8 PM performance on April 1

Cast

Tavi Gevinson
Brittany K. Allen
Sharlene Cruz & Susannah Perkins

Director

Caitlin Sullivan

Written by

Talene Monahon

TDF Tickets Offers:

TDF member tickets:

Not currently available for this show

Listed atTKTS

Never

Full-price tickets

$40 - $85

Lottery & Rush

In-Person Rush: $10 Rush Tickets available to all students, Veterans and current service members starting thirty minutes prior to every performance.
Pay What You Can performance on March 12, tickets available at door only.

Accessibility:

Wheelchair Info

Although the building is unfortunately not ADA-compliant (it was built in the mid-1800s), the theater is on ground level and we have a secondary entrance that is wheelchair accessible (no steps). Look for the easternmost door of the building, with the small sign that says “Theater” over it. This door is usually locked, so you will need to request access from the front of house staff.

Elevator\Escalator

None available

Parking

Edison ParkFast at 167 Essex St. btw Stanton and Houston (about a 6 minute walk)

Entrance

The building is unfortunately not ADA-compliant (it was built in 1874) Building entrance is located on the ground floor. The theater is on the same level as the building entrance.

Box Office

The Connelly Theater does not have a full-time box office on site. You can purchase tickets to all shows online 24 hours a day until shortly before each performance. Walk-up tickets may be purchased, pending availability, at showtime.

Restroom

Restrooms are accessible without stairs, however there are no wide stalls. If you use a mobility device that requires a wider stall, we have made arrangements with The Cabin NYC, a bar across the street (205 E. 4th St.), for our patrons with accessibility needs to use their bathroom. There are no steps to navigate from the sidewalk to the bathroom at the Cabin.

Water Fountain

None available.

Telephone

None on premises

Assisted Listening System

This is up to each production individually

Directions Subway

F to 2nd Avenue, 6/N/R to 8th Street & Astor Place, 6 to Bleecker Street, B/D/F/M to Broadway-Lafayette

Directions Bus

M14A, M14D, M9, M21

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Public Transportation

Subway Icon

By Subway:

F to 2nd Avenue, 6/N/R to 8th Street & Astor Place, 6 to Bleecker Street, B/D/F/M to Broadway-Lafayette

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By Bus:

M14A, M14D, M9, M21