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April 17, 2014, 11:32 am

Aaron Moreland, center, who plays John Procter, the protagonist in “The Crucible,” discusses the many layers to his character and how he struggles with doing the right thing. Cast members and the creative team of MTVarts discuss the play and the Classics Series during Wednesday’s Backroom Chatter sponsored by the Mount Vernon News.

Samantha Scoles/News Aaron Moreland, center, who plays John Procter, the protagonist in “The Crucible,” discusses the many layers to his character and how he struggles with doing the right thing. Cast members and the creative team of MTVarts discuss the play and the Classics Series during Wednesday’s Backroom Chatter sponsored by the Mount Vernon News. Buy Now

 


MOUNT VERNON — The Mount Vernon News held its inaugural Backroom Chatter session Wednesday evening at the News. The hour-long session was a look into Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible,” which is being performed at The Mount Vernon Memorial Theater in conjunction with MTVArts and Mount Vernon Nazarene University. The two organizations are working together to bring the written word to life on the live stage for students as part of MTVarts Classics Series.

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