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Willy Loman still has a dream

By Narelle Wood

I am an Arthur Miller fan, and while Death of a Salesman is a great play it is depressing and in need of a little humour. 363 more words

Whats On

Review - The Crucible by Arthur Miller at the Old Vic (2014)

It’s been a month since I saw The Crucible at the Old Vic and due to its sold out status and the fact the run was soon to end (last Saturday), I almost didn’t review it. 885 more words


Insight Presents an Intensely Powerful American Classic

Death of a Salesman
by Arthur Miller
Directed by Wayne Loui
Insight Theatre Company
September 11, 2014

Death of a Salesman is one of the most celebrated works in the history of American theatre. 1,057 more words

St Louis Theatre

I danced for the devil

I was at a wrap party in Berlin a few months ago talking to one of the actors about my addiction to theatre, in particular plays and my utter adoration for the bard. 1,291 more words


Second View of 'The Crucible'

If you’re looking for a review filled with gushing sentiment about Richard Armitage, go someplace else. You won’t find it here. Now, please don’t misunderstand me: I enjoyed ‘The Crucible’ both times I’ve seen it, and for very different reasons. 867 more words


Elia Kazan -- The Director of Great American Writers

Elia ‘Gage’ Kazan directed back to back the greatest works of Arthur Miller and Tennessee Williams. He also collaborated with with writers Thorton Wilder, Clifford Odets, John Steinbeck and Budd Schulberg. 50 more words