✮✮✮✮ Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman Deutsches Theater | Berlin directed by Bastian Kraft Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman receives new life on the stage of Max Reinhardt’s former Theater in Berlin, the Deutsches Theater. Premiered in 1949, this piece is possibly Miller’s most well known work and one for which he was awarded the Pulitzer Prize. Despite being translated into another language (a version by Volker Schlöndorff and Florian Hopf) this quintessentially Americ
✮✮✮ 1/2 Arthur Miller's No Villain Trafalgar Studios | London directed by Sean Turner Staging early lost works by writers who found success later in their careers always seems like a bad idea to me. If they didn’t get staged at the time, there is usually a reason. So it was with some scepticism that I went to see Arthur Miller’s first ever play, No Villain, in its first production almost 80 years after it was written (first seen at the Old Red Lion theatre in December 2015).
✮✮✮✮ Arthur Miller's All My Sons Sydney Theatre Company | Sydney directed by Kip Williams Joe Keller’s wealth is a result of monumental sacrifice. Arthur Miller’s All My Sons is about the cost of money and the naivety that can come with human greed. Joe makes the decision to choose financial success over a clear conscience, thinking that his riches will be able to shield him from the damage that he causes. There is a willing ignorance at play in Joe’s story that many of us un
✮✮✮✮ Arthur Miller's The Man Who Had All the Luck King's Head Theatre | London directed by Paul Lichtenstern The Man Who Had All the Luck wasn't so lucky for its creator: Arthur Miller's first Broadway production shut after five days in 1944 following dismal reviews, and threatened to nip his career in the bud. It hasn't been performed much at all since then, which is unfair. This revival in Miller's centenary year by the top notch young theatre company End of Moving Walkway