Set in 1692 Salem, Massachusetts, a young woman, Abigail, falls into the arms of local farmer and community moral compass John Proctor. Proctor’s wife Elizabeth becomes an obstacle that Abigail must remove to have the man she wants. Rejected and betrayed, Abigail leads the people of this small God fearing town on a witch hunt of catastrophic proportions.

Winner of the 1953 Tony Award for Best Play. This exciting drama about the Puritan purge of witchcraft in old Salem is both a gripping historical play and a timely parable of our contemporary society.  Brought to life by Director Stacey Hartwich in the intimate theatre space of Albury Wodonga Theatre Company’s Olive St Theatre in South Albury.

Olive St Theatre


Doors open 45 minutes prior to performance.

Bar open

A licensed bar is available for you to enjoy a drink and some snacks before the show.

General Admission

The auditorium at Olive St Theatre is allocated seating. Choose your seats at our booking page.

Accessible Access

Olive St Theatre has wheelchair access to the auditorium and wheelchair spaces can be reserved. If you require a wheelchair space, please contact us at

Show times - 7:30 pm September 30, October 1, 7 & 8, Olive St Theatre, 234 Olive St, South Albury

Ticket Information





Child U18


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