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The Crucible

Author: Arthur Miller

Pages: 143

Synopsis: Written in 1953, The Crucible is a mirror Miller uses to reflect the anti-communist hysteria inspired by Senator Joseph McCarthy’s “witch-hunts” in the United States. 242 more words

Book Reviews

I am human- hear me roar (All Hail Marilyn)

It’s been a mighty long while since I posted, the reasons for which are neither interesting nor unique: 1- Fear of my own success, even on the scale of 3-4 readers 2- Fear of judgement or criticism 3- The need to have every post be compelling, perfect, relatable, balanced in verbiage and exactly what every human needs to read at the exact moment they open the page…  okay, ego much? 399 more words

Staging A View From The Bridge

This week our learning objective has been to understand how Miller would have liked the play to be staged. We looked at lots of different sets – google some and you will see many similarities. 123 more words

A View From The Bridge

"The Crucible" with Richard Armitage (The Old Vic)

Travel to London is always a privilege and also a small dream come true if you have the opportunity to enjoy of the special magic that theater has. 716 more words


Smoke filled rooms

I was privileged enough to be able to see the recent production of The Crucible at the Old Vic. The cast received a standing ovation. Many of us were in tears. 722 more words

The Inner World

Looking Back While Moving Forward: NYFW Goes Retro

Lighthearted, unabashedly feminine, and an innocence that could only come from the ‘50s: such was the spirit in the air at several of the Spring NYFW shows this year. 468 more words

Jenny Neiheisel