Apologies for the lack of Favourite Books lately, the project hasn’t halted, I just had some neglected reading of my own to be getting on with. 499 more words
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Song: Mumford – After the Storm.
Song2: Lynyrd Skynyrd - Simple Man.
Quote: Maybe all I can do is hope to end up with the right regrets. – Arthur Miller
Darlinghurst Theatre Company recently opened the new Eternity Playhouse, previously the Burton Street Tabernacle on the corner of Burton & Palmer Streets Darlinghurst, with one of the most celebrated plays of the twentieth century, Arthur Miller’s All My Sons, directed by renowned theatre director Iain Sinclair. 311 more words
This post is the fifth in a series which documents and discusses a variety of engagements with Arthur Miller on British television. The series is based on my (rather leisurely) viewing of productions of Miller’s plays during my recent maternity leave (in preparation for writing a chapter on Miller on the British small screen for the forthcoming Screen Plays edited collection) and it therefore seems fitting to post this last of five instalments in my first month back at the desk! 3,817 more words
“The jungle is dark but full of diamonds”
― Arthur Miller, Death Of A Salesman
Brrrrrrrrr! As the holidays approach and we all make our way to various locales around the country, I find myself in Gloucester, Mass at the family homestead. 48 more words
Betrayal is a perfect work of art and probably the greatest play not written by Shakespeare. Harold Pinter has a total mastery over his language, distilling it in a way that even surpasses Beckett—every word, every moment is essential, and the cumulative effect of his silences and terse sentences is shattering.