The great playwright’s treatment of his son Daniel, born with Down syndrome, is the subject of a new and troubling play.
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Her new documentary for HBO confronts the complicated legacy of Arthur Miller, who wrote “Death of a Salesman” and married Marilyn Monroe.
After a discreet tug-of-war with the playwright’s estate and Yale, the University of Texas has acquired the papers, including an “Aladdin’s cave” of unpublished material.
It’s almost always a good time to resurrect Willy Loman, Arthur Miller’s desperate Everyman, but Theater Mitu’s staging at BAM Fisher saps the play’s power.
Danny DeVito hilariously eats an egg as Gregory Solomon in Broadway’s newest production of Arthur Miller’s “The Price.”
This ardently acted revival shows Arthur Miller’s 1968 play as a smaller, more stolid work than it wants to be — still just a little out of style.
After an 11-year absence, garnering Oscar nods and leading protests, Mr. Ruffalo returns to Broadway in Arthur Miller’s least-produced play.
Mr. Ruffalo, in his second Broadway appearance, will co-star alongside Danny DeVito, Tony Shalhoub and Jessica Hecht in the revival of an Arthur Miller play.
Operatic performances of these works highlight the Glimmerglass Festival, while “Iris” serves as a kind of preview of the Bard Music Festival.
On the London stage, heist-related hilarity, a young Arthur Miller and a requiem for a poet.