One by One: A Crucible Story
A GISPA Collective Creation*
One by One is a resetting of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible in the modern day, making an eerie but apt comparison between the Puritan Salem witch trials of 1692, and today’s high school gossip and back-stabbing in the age of social media and reality TV. This story is about manipulation, rumour, whispers and accusations. This story teaches us to uphold ourselves in justice and integrity and to act according to our honourable word.
Come witness the fluid interplay between the three disciplines of music, dance and theatre as this student-created production re-imagines the classic work of literature.
Lobby photos of the performers (Thank you,
and photos from the dress rehearsal
Collective Creation: GISPA students are given a unique opportunity. Together, we work on creating an original collective project between all three of our strands: Acting, Music and Dance. This means that our students work together, creating original music, choreography and scene-work geared towards a final year-end production. Collective creation aims to blend all of our strengths into a sleek, powerful performance through which our innovation and skill can shine.