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Arthur Miller

This one-acter, written quickly by Arthur Miller in 1964 when the ANTA Washington Square Theater in New York City needed another play to follow...

With contrived accents and mannered performances, Terry Kinney's production of Arthur Miller's The Price lacks genuine dramatic punch. The tension in this family drama...

In later life, playwright Arthur Miller understandably began to address his fear of dementia and death through his work. In Danger: Memory!, the playwright explore...

It’s quite a coup, this: Arthur Miller’s debut play, never previously produced, is receiving its world premiere nearly 80 years later after it was...

Leading playwrights including Timberlake Wertenbaker and Jessica Swale have criticised the under-representation of women writers in set texts planned for GSCE and A-level drama. They...

All young directors are hungry to produce big, challenging work by great writers; it’s why so much great Shakespeare gets produced on the fringe....

This production of Miller’s unfilmed screenplay is an example of seriously joined-up thinking at BBC radio drama. Part of the Unmade Movies series, which...

Is the majority always right? In Arthur Miller’s version of Ibsen’s angry sociological drama, definitely not. And David Thacker’s skilfully staged account is certainly a reminder of...

Intense and packing powerful central performances, Rapture Theatre finds some of the resonances of Arthur Miller's 1993 play, but not enough to make it...
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