Teal Jandrain

"Abigail Williams is a young woman at her breaking point. She was born a strong willed, passionate, powerhouse at the precise wrong moment in history- when every aspect of society was fortified in the favor of men, and assertiveness and sexuality were viewed as evil. She's lost everything, and when the only tenderness she knows is also taken from her, she snaps. I relate to her deeply. When I say that people look at me like, really?? And I say, "Yes, really." I'd certainly never hurt anyone the way she does- but then again, I've never been in a situation where my survival depends on blaming someone. But I say, if you've never loved someone SO much that you'd snap a chicken's neck and drink it's blood to edge out the competition, well then you've never really loved someone." Teal Jandrain

Teal is a Fort Collins native and has been acting locally since the age of seven. Her theatrical pursuits began with the immensely encouraging teachers at Debut Theatre Company, where she explored classical literature, as well as technical theatre skills, while portraying a huge variety of characters in over twenty plays. Teal has appeared with OpenStage in The Most Massive Woman Wins, Moon Over Buffalo, Who Will Carry the Word, Arabian Nights, The Rocky Horror Show, Bullshot Crummond, The Ultimate Beauty Bible, and most recently, her all-time favorite role in the challenging H20. With Bas Bleu Theatre, she appeared as Susie in Wait Until Dark and will appear as Jill in their upcoming production of Equus. She is thrilled to be working again with Peter Anthony, having worked under his unique guidance as Moon in Blood Wedding and Lucy in Dracula. Beginning at age seventeen, Teal lived between Fort Collins and Hollywood, where she studied at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy and pursued her passion for film acting, dance and screenwriting.

The Crucible 

By Arthur Miller, Directed by Peter Anthony

“… the raw terror in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible … makes the flesh creep.” -The New York Times

The year is 1692. The village of Salem is feverish with tales of witchcraft. Deep-seated jealousies, lust and greed are erupting in the form of deadly accusations. Revenge has replaced reason; mere rumors are now damning evidence — and no one is safe. As neighbor turns against neighbor, Salem descends into a cauldron of hysteria from which it can never return. Astoundingly relevant, Arthur Miller’s enduring masterpiece dares to put us all on trial. 1953 Tony Award for Best Play. Contains adult themes.

January 20 - February 17

Lincoln Center Magnolia Theatre, 417 West Magnolia Street