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April 29 – May 24, 2015

Performance Schedule

  • Previews on Apr 29-30 at 8pm
  • Thu. – Sat. at 8pm
  • Sun. at 2pm
Ticket Prices

  • Previews: $34
  • Thu., Fri.s: $46
  • Sat., Sun.: $48
  • Opening Night: $54


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Can we find redemption? Whatever happened to Abigail Williams? It’s 1702, a decade after The Crucible‘s infamous seductress danced with the devil in Salem. Imagining the destiny of the immortal stage villain who cried “Witch!,” this thrilling next chapter by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (Fox’s Glee, Broadway’s Spider-man: Turn Off the Dark) finds Abigail living under an assumed name in a village far from Salem, trying to start afresh. But now her past is about to catch up with her.

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What Critics Are Saying

“Under director caryn desai’s thoughtful guidance, the cast … ratchets up the intensity to a genuinely moving denouement.” – LA Times

FOUR STARS – “Playwright Aguirre-Acasa, also on the plus side, really nails the language and style of the original work and manages to make Abigail’s conflict both intriguing and heart-grabbing.”  – BroadwayWorld

“ICT’s production also shows one of the pleasant surprises that can emerge when an imaginative playwright works through the issues of a classic.” – OC Register

“… it is a powerful piece in its own right. See it while you can.” – Grunion Gazette

“This play is probably best for those who simply love dramatic conflict, viewers interested in spooky stories and audiences interested in early American history.” – People’s World

“Under desai’s meticulous direction, the cast are astounding.” – BroadwayWorld

“Christopher Scott Murillo’s striking set is the epitome of imaginative scenic design, a forest of trees that appear made out of billowing smoke, reminding us that witches were once burned at the stake, and Murillo’s design has been gorgeously lit by Donna Ruzika.” -StageSceneLA

“Kim DeShazo’s costumes fit the period perfectly, without going over the top or losing people’s bodies in mis-fitted fabrics. Christopher Scott Murillo’s set design is deceptively simple but one of the more evocative elements of Abigail.” – Long Beach Post