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Midnight, the witching hour, a time that William Shakespeare’s conflicted Prince Hamlet saw “churchyards yawn and hell itself breathe out contagion to the world.” That’s exactly what happens in Arthur Miller’s classic tale of hysteria and extremism gone amok, “The Crucible,” just now in extraordinary revival at Matthew LaChiusa’s American Repertory Theater of Western New …

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It’s the autumn of Arthur Miller on Buffalo’s theater scene.“Death of a Salesman,” the best-known play by the beloved American playwright, will open Nov. 7 in the Irish Classical Theatre Company’s Andrews Theatre in a production starring John Fredo as Willie Loman. But before that, and just in time for Halloween, audiences will have a cha…