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The One Day of the Year

There’s only one thing wrong with the Finborough Theatre’s current production of Alan Seymour’s The One Day of the Year: the theatre it’s in is too small. 595 more words


Cooper's London




Old Tunes/Best Tunes (Again)…

With too many stages awash in irrelevant updates that forgo context and intentions, it’s a pleasure to welcome back two old friends who simply refuse to go out of style. 1,202 more words


The Way Theater Worked in 1955

In 1955, playwright Arthur Miller, author of Death of a Salesman, published the essay “The American Theater” in the American travel magazine Holiday. Holiday ran from 1946 and 1977. 376 more words


Wise Words: Arthur Miller

Don’t be seduced into thinking that that which does not make a profit is without value.


The Crucible - Planning a response

Although time is precious in the exam, it’s well worth spending 5-10 minutes creating a plan for your essay. Use that time to decide what your main points will be and choose the quotations to evidence these points. 71 more words

English Literature

West End Review: 'Death of a Salesman' with Antony Sher

Timed to mark Arthur Miller’s centenary, “Death of a Salesman” proves grimly pertinent in austerity Britain. High school students are taught to see Willy Loman as a man chasing the American Dream, but, in the wake of a long, stubborn recession, Antony Sher makes him seem more like someone balancing just above the breadline. 758 more words