In riffing on works by Arthur Miller and Lorraine Hansberry, 3 new plays by Kimberly Belflower, Kelundra Smith, and Eleanor Burgess alternately explore and explode what was missing from the originals.
The companies behind new productions of ‘Salesman之死’ and ‘Catch as Catch Can’ reflect on what was lost and what’s to come.
Choice notes from an extraordinary theatregoing career, documenting trends and artists of the late 20th-century stage.
Schooled by Stella Adler in his profession’s highest ideals, he’ll get another chance to live up to them in Arthur Miller’s ‘The Price.’
Known for their work on screen, these two stage pros are in their element in ‘The Father’ and ‘The Crucible.’
He may be known for writing about fathers and sons, but his women often get the last word.
New stagings of ‘All My Sons,’ ‘A View From the Bridge,’ and ‘Incident at Vichy’ don’t just remind us of the playwright’s grand ambitions; they realize them.
Rendered in Yiddish, Arthur Miller’s American icon and his conflicted family may have a more specific cultural identity than usual, but the play’s universality still rings out.
The University of Michigan celebrates the 100th birthday of its pioneering theatrical alumnus.
Responses to pieces about Amiri Baraka, Arthur Miller, and about community art-making.