Monday, July 23, 2018

The Crucible Audiobook


This is a full-cast performance featuring Robert Foxworth, Pamela Payton-Wright, Stuart Pankin, and Jerome Dempsey and cast. I use this full audio recording of The Crucible in my classroom and intend no copyright infringement. It’s for educational purposes only.
It was produced by The Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Jules Irving and Robert Symonds) and directed by John Berry.
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25 Comments:

Blogger Sadiya Rajah said...

Thank you so much!
My students and I enjoy listening to it whilst following the script in the book.

August 03, 2018  
Blogger Unknown said...

I am no longer able to listen to the audio book, is there a problem? I was truly enjoying this audio reading. I hope it will be fixed soon.

August 04, 2018  
Blogger Bryan B said...

Links are NOT working to hear audio.
"Owner prevented downloads for this audio file." This is the message I received.

August 06, 2018  
Blogger Tom Fasano said...

I fixed the problem. You should be able to stream the audio now.

August 08, 2018  
Blogger Tom Fasano said...

Same as above. The problem is now fixed.

August 08, 2018  
Blogger pablo acevedo said...

thanks a lot Thomas, hugues from Argentina!!!

August 08, 2018  
Blogger Matt Norris said...

Thank you! I have two very low functioning classes and trying to get them to read parts was hard. This version is my favorite audio. It really helps them to understand.

August 08, 2018  
Blogger Rita Hardy said...

This is fantastic! My students really got into it last year, and so I'm using it again this year. Thanks for sharing!

August 26, 2018  
Blogger Melissa Worthy said...

The audio is wonderful; however, I cannot hear Act I. Can you correct this?

September 04, 2018  
Blogger Meredith said...

Acts Two-Four are working for me, but Act One is not... Thank you!

September 04, 2018  
Blogger Unknown said...

I too have lower level readers that are hesitant to read aloud. However, the links won’t work. Any advice to access?

September 04, 2018  
Blogger Tom Fasano said...

I've posted a Soundcloud playlist. This should work.

September 04, 2018  
Blogger Unknown said...

Bummer! the audio is gone. It used to work. Any idea what's going on? Thanks

September 12, 2018  
Blogger Tom Fasano said...

The audio is playable through a Soundcloud embed. Unless you're up against a firewall, you should be able to simply click on the act you wish to play. You might also go directly to the Soundcloud page - https://soundcloud.com/tom-fasano/sets/the-crucible

September 15, 2018  
Blogger SawyerSharks said...

thank you

September 18, 2018  
Anonymous Amanda L said...

Thank you for sharing this!

September 26, 2018  
Blogger Lisa Davis said...

What about Act IV?

September 27, 2018  
Blogger Lisa Davis said...

Never mind...I found Act 4

September 27, 2018  
Blogger Unknown said...

Hi Tom, thank you for The Crucible audio recording. I've been using it for teaching the play in the last couple of weeks and all of a sudden, the playlist isn't available on Soundcloud. Is there any way to restore it? Thanks again!

October 03, 2018  
Blogger Unknown said...

Hi Tom, I see that it's back on. Thank you!

October 03, 2018  
Blogger Amanda Diaz said...

Nevermind, found it in the soundcloud. Thank you for sharing this!

October 28, 2018  
Blogger Stephanie Ann Foster said...

Act 2 Scene One (the brief confrontation between John and Abigail) is missing. Do you by any chance have the audio file for that one?

December 28, 2018  
Blogger Tom Fasano said...

Is it Act Two? I don't believe Abigail is actually onstage during Act Two.

December 28, 2018  
Blogger Unknown said...

She's not. I think she's thinking of the confrontation added to the movie version. : )

January 22, 2019  
Blogger Unknown said...

Thank you for taking the time to share this with the masses. This is my favorite version, and giving access to these recordings has immensely helped my students.

January 23, 2019  

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