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An Arthur Miller Gem - Incident at Vichy (Theatre Review)

THE Finborough Theatre in London’s Chelsea is in a rich vein of form judging by its latest production Incident at Vichy.

This little known Arthur Miller play, which runs until April 22, is a sell-out although it is possible that the richness of the production will win it a follow-up billing closer to London’s West End. 539 more words


Miller, Arthur

For this year’s A to Z Blog challenge, I thought I’d draw back the curtain and explore the life and times of a bibliophile.  Care to join me? 451 more words

A To Z Challenge

The Spring of Presentism and the Salem Witch Trials

My department has been co-sponsoring topical symposia for the past few years, first on the Great Salem Fire of 1914, and last year on northern slavery. 550 more words


Tragedy and Catharsis in Literature and Film

Throughout history, poets, playwrights, novelists, and screenwriters have all made use of tragedy in their work. Some keys that distinguish tragedy from other forms of drama include themes of darkness, death, or sadness, as well as a main hero who has a “tragic flaw” which will lead to his downfall. 388 more words

Review: The Price at American Airlines Theatre

Arthur Miller wrote The Price in the late 1960s when he was in his early 50s and America was erupting in civil demonstration about wars and race relations. 1,004 more words

Theater (reviews)

The Monroe Doctrine

secret ambition, after all, had been to steal Marilyn; in all his vanity he thought no one was so well suited to bring out the best in her as himself.

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Incident at Vichy

This Arthur Miller play hasn’t had a professional production here in over fifty years and I’ve been waiting most of those years to see it myself, but it was worth the wait for Phil Willmotts’s excellent, timely production at the indispensable Finborough Theatre. 255 more words