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All My Sons (Miller)

This one hasn’t lost one bit of its power. War profiteering. A father’s secret cannot stay secret. What boys want their fathers to be. When money isn’t enough. 33 more words


Sixth form revised

I’m one of those people who really struggle to throw anything from school away. I still have year 7 folders floating around under my bed, however I decided this summer was the time to throw out everything I didn’t need. 726 more words

Theatre Review: 'All My Sons' by Niagara Regional Theatre Guild at The Ellicott Creek Playhouse

Arthur Miller’s depiction of the American dream is one that not only aggravates me, but it is one that makes me wonder, what the heck Broadway audiences were excited to see live in 1947 when “All My Sons” opened. 739 more words

John Szablewski Reviews

Incident at Vichy (Miller)

I am continuing to wind my way through Arthur Miller’s Collected Plays (Penguin, Miller Centennial Edition). I’ve never seen this one live; it certainly read very quickly. 90 more words


Harry Ransom Center acquires Arthur Miller Archive

“Almost 13 years after his death, playwright Arthur Miller‘s archive finally has a home — at the University of Texas at Austin. […] Miller’s archive includes drafts of several of his plays, as well as short stories, screenplays, letters and journals, the university said in a news release. 40 more words


Voice Theatre Seeking a Set Designer for "All My Sons"

Voice Theatre is seeking a Set Designer for All My Sons by Arthur Miller

Opening: July 12, 2018

Byrdcliffe Theater, Woodstock, NY
Stage becomes available June 4th… 445 more words


Review: All My Sons. Nottingham Playhouse.

Arthur Miller wrote All My Sons in 1947 after his failed play The Man Who Had All The Luck bombed after only four performances. This, for him, was a ‘final’ attempt at writing a commercially successful play. 745 more words