Minimal. Rehearsal blocks and a relatively bare stage will work perfectly.
Goodman Brown, an upstanding Puritan colonist and intrepid citizen of Salem, Massachusetts, sets off into the woods one night. Despite the pleadings of his wife, Faith, he ventures out and meets a mysterious man who takes him to an occult gathering attended by everyone else in town. The next morning, Goodman wakes in the street, unsure if what he witnessed the night before was a dream or reality. Dark, severe, and faithful to Nathaniel Hawthorne's classic short story.
"Young Goodman Brown packs a lot in a very small space. It is a ghost story, a religious story, a fable, a character study, and a portrait of a town at war with itself. It is beautifully theatrical, and filled with unanswered questions that pull you in from the very first moment."