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Book #30: Death of a Salesman

*This book is part of The Summer Series in which a friend and I read 7 (carefully chosen) classics from June through September. For this reason, I will just include my thoughts on the book without a rating.* 923 more words


An Intense View From The Bridge

The opening scene of Arthur Miller’s A View From the Bridge, at the Ahmanson Theatre was a black square box with a peek of orange light at the bottom revealing two pairs of feet on the stage floor. 712 more words

Theater Review

Arthur Miller's rarely seen "Driving Down Mt. Morgan to take Oldcastle stage

Nigel Gore

Cheryl Howard

Katrina Ferguson

To help celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of playwright Arthur Miller, Oldcastle Theatre in Bennington Vermont has scheduled a large scale production of one of his later and most controversial plays, … 717 more words


Back to 'King Lear' and Module 3!

Now that we’ve finished our IS for Module 4, it’s time to look back at, and finish off Module 3. It’s been soooo long since we were looking at this module, you could be forgiven for forgetting what texts we were studying, let alone where we were up to with them! 297 more words


You do you

I have been thinking a lot recently about the right kind of dream. I believe that you can have the right kind of dream for you and the right kind of dream for an aspirational version of yourself. 718 more words


The Crucible Remix

This is my response to the Alternative Book Covers assignment. The challenge was to create an alternative cover for a book that changes the entire theme. 74 more words


Maggie's Plan

One of those Manhattan-based, independent features that gets labeled things like “quirky” and “hipster”, this one is actually a consistent delight, that manages to play better and be more affecting then it deserves. 477 more words