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Each stage production of The Crucible differs from every other in two areas

Each stage production of The Crucible differs from every other in two areas

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Each stage production of  The Crucible  differs from every other in two areas. First, directors stage the  play according to their own styles, using various props and costumes while suggesting numerous  interpretations of characters. Secondly, individual actors read the lines differently, using diverse voice  inflections, gestures, and body language to give each interpretation its own style. Miller also provides yet another opportunity for variety, not just for the director and actors, but also for  the audience and reader. Lengthy exposition pieces that are not glossed as stage directions  periodically appear in the written play. For example, at the beginning of Act I, Miller provides stage  directions for the set, props, and position of Parris and Betty on stage. However, Miller also includes  an extensive psychological profile of Parris prior to beginning the action of the play. Before Parris 
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