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An Ode To Arthur Miller

Had he not died in 2005, the celebrated American playwright Arthur Miller would have celebrated his 100th birthday in October. Across the country there have been a plethora of Miller tributes, all demonstrating his brilliance and longevity as a playwright. 1,091 more words


Theatre review: Spirits haunt Arthur Miller classic and Théâtre Sainte-Catherine's Halloween show

Appropriately, there’s a haunting of houses this week in two wildly contrasting evenings of theatre.

In Théâtre Jean-Duceppe’s Ils étaient tous mes fils (the French version of Arthur Miller’s All My Sons), the memory of a young airman missing in action hovers over the suburban idyll of a successful businessman and his family. 576 more words


On the Verge goes on the road

Three actors skim through their highlighted scripts as they prepare to perform together for the first time. They laugh and joke as they ease into their scene, but once they find their groove, they quickly transform into the emotional and honest characters of Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons.” 917 more words


All My Sons - SUDS takes a fresh look at Arthur Miller. (Theatre Review)

All My Sons

Sydney University Dramatic Socitey

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Arthur Miller was right to question the moral obligations of the individual under capitalist rule. 1,194 more words


On the Verge Goes on the Road

By Emily Fedor and Faith Maciolek

Originally published on Ithaca Week.

Three actors skim through their highlighted scripts as they prepare to perform together for the first time. 912 more words

Ithaca College

Weston (VT) Playhouse first to announce 2016 season

Weston Unveils 80th Anniversary MainStage Season

Weston, VT. Vermont’s Weston Playhouse Theatre Company is turning 80, and in anticipation of a remarkable 2-year celebration, it has unveiled the plans for its 2016 MainStage season in American Theatre magazine. 483 more words


Arts Review: All My Sons

Dir: Michael Emas, Theatre Royal, 1st – 5th Sept 2015

Played out upon the wooden frontyard decking of the Keller family home, Rapture Theatre’s production of Arthur Miller’s 1947 play examines the consequences of capitalism’s clutches on a war torn nation. 301 more words

University Of Glasgow