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United States playwright (1915-2005)


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Carol Daly as Harriet, Maggie Jackson as Margaret Hyman and Yvonne |Cotton as Sylvia Gellburg in Middlesbrough Little Theatre's production of Arthur Miller's Broken Glass 210415GLASS_07
This magnificent and touching ensemble production not only opens the RSC's summer 2015 season but marks the centenary of Arthur Miller's birth.
Arthur Miller's transcendent play is widely considered to be the greatest play ever written on this side of the Atlantic, and Willy a character worthy of standing alongside Hamlet or King Lear.
It was Arthur Miller's strength that he understood the pressures that may cause decent people knowingly to commit wrong.
Arthur Miller's Global Theater: How an American Playwright in Performed on Stages Around the World.
Actress Catrin Morgan plays Abigail Williams in the Welsh version of Arthur Miller's play The Crucible
One of Arthur Miller's most celebrated plays has been translated into Welsh for a major stage tour.
Metcalf jumped from a scene-stealing reprise of the character she created in Justin Tanner's ``Pot Mom'' directly to the remarkable revival of Arthur Miller's ``All My Sons'' at the Geffen Playhouse.
The season is completed in the main house by Arthur Miller's 1950's classic The Crucible and in the Swan by Thomas Middleton's Women Beware Women, with Penelope Wilton in the lead.
We wouldn't for a moment dispute Arthur Miller's high standing as a celebrity.
With my combined sixth and seventh grade classes, who will be studying various topics in American history, I will be reading Arthur Miller's The Crucible, The Giver by Lois Lowry, Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, Monster by Walter Dean Myers and Briar Rose by Jane Yolen.
Mamet and Stone themselves drew on a tradition perhaps best represented in the post-war era by Arthur Miller's heavy-handed and dramatically incoherent Death of a Salesman (1949), which unmasks its title character as a "phony little fake" even as it seeks to elevate him to tragic stature.
But it's in "The Crucible," a film based on Arthur Miller's play, that we are treated to ringside seats at a courtroom drama about the biggest fall guy of them all, the devil, otherwise known as Satan, Lucifer, Mephistopheles, and Beelzebub.
Desperately seeking to play Abigail in Arthur Miller's classic drama The Crucible, she had to convince director Nicholas Hymer that she could still manage to look like a teenage girl.