Arthur Miller

Witch hunts in the 17th century were real because people believed witches were real. But usage of the term “witch hunt” has evolved into something else entirely.
“THE NUMBER ON GREAT GRANDPA’S ARM”: JANUARY 27 This moving documentary from director Amy Schatz details a conversation between
Once again, the New York theatre world has had a banner year, with exciting plays, musicals and revivals on Broadway and off.
When it's about Turkey, some things don't change. Ever. They don't change in their own ways. They keep coming back, in their own monstrous ways.
This weekend, just after Edward Albee's death at 88, the Montauk Library displayed books of his prodigious work in theater
Last year, the 100th anniversary of playwright Arthur Miller's birth, saw a remarkable revival of five of his plays. "A View From the Bridge" and "The Crucible" opened on Broadway.
Ivo van Hove Photo: Jan Versweyveld Belgian director Ivo van Hove [pronounced EE-vo van HOE-va] made his Broadway debut with
Arthur Miller was well served on Broadway this season with revivals of A View from the Bridge and The Crucible, both brilliantly
Saoirse Ronan, making her Broadway debut as Abigail Williams, is piercing and entirely unsympathetic, and this fits the role. Instead of feeling sorry for a homeless orphan, you shrink from the stratty-haired, staring Mean Girl.
British actor Ben Whishaw is making his Broadway debut as John Proctor in director Ivo van Hove's production of Arthur Miller's The Crucible.
Miller recognized the tragedy of wasted human lives. He made his audience understand the necessity of valuing those deemed insignificant by the history of great men and events. Far more important than Miller's personal shortcomings are what the secrecy surrounding Daniel's life says about a shameful episode in American history.
The London Young Vic's revival production of Arthur Miller's A View From the Bridge is a mesmerizing theater experience that echoes Greek tragedy as Athenian theatergoers must have felt it.