Hysteria, religion, reputation and the supernatural are just some of the themes the Texas Lutheran University’s Dramatic Media department tackles on stage in its latest production — “The Crucible.”

Written by Arthur Miller in 1953, “The Crucible” follows the story of a group of Puritans in Salem, Massachusetts in 1692 who are dealing with the spread of paranoia after one of their own is accused of witchcraft.

Valerie Bustamante is a staff writer for the Seguin Gazette. You can e-mail her at valerie.bustamante@seguingazette.com.

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