The Crucible

by William Tuckett 2000

Choreographer: William Tuckett

Composer: Charles E Ives

Music title: The Unanswered Question; In the Night, No. 3 of 'Set for Theatre Orchestra'; In the Cage, No. 1 of 'Set for Theatre Orchestra'; Allegro sombreoso; In the Inn, No. 2 of 'Set for Theatre Orchestra'; Adagio sostenuto; Mists; The Rainbow; The Gong on the Hook and Ladder; The Call of the Mountains, third movement of Second String Quartet; Chromâtimelôdtune; The Pond; Like a Sick Eagle, No. 4 of 'Set No. 1'; A Lecture, No. 2 of 'Set No. 1'; Gyp the Blood, or Hearst!? Which is Worst?!, No. 2 of 'Set No. 2'; The Housatonic at Stockbridge, No. 3 of 'Three Places in New England'

Arranger: Jonathan Dore

Music title: The Call of the Mountains, third movement of Second String Quartet

Based on: Based on the play 'The Crucible' by Arthur Miller

Set designer: Ralph Steadman

Costume designer: Ralph Steadman

Lighting designer: Peter Mumford

World premiere: 12 April 2000, The Royal Ballet, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London

One act ballet

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