About “Cry Innocent: The People vs. Bridget Bishop”

History Alive / Cry Innocent

The year is 1692. Bridget Bishop has been accused of witchcraft and the audience sits on the Puritan jury. They hear the historical testimonies, cross-examine the witnesses and decide the verdict. The actors respond in character to all comments and questions, revealing much about the Puritan mind. Play your part in history…

Praise for Cry Innocent:

A must see for everyone, Cry Innocent is the longest continuously-running show north of Boston. Featured on the Discovery Channel, the Travel Channel, A&E, Nickelodeon, TLC, NPR, BBC, CNN and MTV. Cry Innocent: The People versus Bridget Bishop was commissioned by Norman Jones, professor of theatre and was written by Mark Stevick, professor of English (Gordon College).

Approximate duration of the show is 45 minutes.


$12 adults
$10 seniors (65+) / students (summer) 13+ with ID / adult group tickets
$9 student group tickets
$8 children 6-12.
Summer: June 20-August 24





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