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Photo Gallery: Fox Chapel Area presents ‘The Crucible’

Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
Fox Chapel Area High School cast performs a scene from the Salem Witch Trials on the final showing of “The Crucible” on Nov. 10, 2018.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
Betty Parris, played by junior Ella Tramontina, falls into a deep sleep after dancing in the woods with the other girls during “The Crucible” on Nov. 10 at Fox Chapel Area High School.

Fox Chapel Area High School students performed “The Çrucible” by Arthur Miller. The show took audience members back to the Puritan New England town of Salem and followed a script based on the witchcraft trials. The play was directed by Kristiann Josephs and student produced by Jocelyn Morningstar and Emma Shiner.

Jan Pakler is a freelance photographer.

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