(Photo) Saoirse for Vogue US

Saoirse Ronan is featured in the June issue of Vogue US Magazine, along with ‘The Crucible’ cast (Tavi Gevinson, Sophie Okonedo, Ben Whishaw). The new photo is part of the “A Revolution on Broadway” editorial, shot by Mikael Jansson. Credit to TheFashionSpot for the scans.

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(Photo) Saoirse for VOGUE Magazine

Saoirse and her The Crucible co-star Ben Whishaw are featured in a new editorial for this month’s Vogue issue. We have attached the new photo and interview below.

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Saoirse Ronan and Ben Whishaw Bring New Dimension to The Crucible
by ADAM GREEN

If you are in the market for revelatory—and pulse-quickening—productions of plays that you thought you knew all too well, then the Belgian director Ivo van Hove is your man. On the heels of his devastating staging of Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge, van Hove returns to Broadway this month with his take on The Crucible, Miller’s thinly veiled allegory about the 1950s Communist witch hunts, set against the actual 1690s Salem witch hunts, featuring music by Philip Glass and an A-plus cast led by Ben Whishaw and, making her professional stage debut, Saoirse Ronan.
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(Photo) Saoirse and Ben Whishaw for USA Today

USA Today has published a new story today on Saoirse and her The Crucible co-star Ben Whishaw. We have added a photo from their new shoot together. Below, we also added a new video interview from USA Today.

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NEW YORK — 21-year-old Irish actress Saoirse Ronan‘s screen roles have ranged from a precocious adolescent in 2007’s Atonement to a young woman torn between two homes and loves in last year’s Brooklyn — both of which earned her Oscar nominations.

What her characters tend to have in common, Ronan believes, is “they kind of stay in the background, observing, until they step in and (mess) things up.”

Abigail Williams, the 17-year-old orphan Ronan is playing in the new Broadway revival of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible that marks her professional stage debut, certainly fits the latter part of that description, and then some. Miller described Abigail in the stage directions for his 1953 play as “a strikingly beautiful girl…with an endless capacity for dissembling.”
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