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"Theater is the art of the present tense."   

- Arthur Miller, Introduction to Collected Plays, 1957


Scottish Ballet: The Crucible, Kennedy Center.  May 24 – 28, 2023

Scottish Ballet in Helen Pickett’s “The Crucible”. Photo by Andy Ross.

National Theatre’s The Crucible transfers to West End’s Gielgud Theatre in June 2023


On Broadway:  Death of a Salesman:  September 2022 – January 2023
Wendell Pierce. ©Joan Marcus, 2022
UK The Crucible, at the National Theatre: September 14 – November 5, 2022

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Theater productions, films, audio recordings, and a recent documentary:

Online content includes features, trailers, clips, photos, and interviews with cast / crew.  (Titles in bold are available as full productions through streaming, download or DVD/CD.)

Special events: The Arthur Miller Foundation

© Inge Morath/Magnum Photos. Roxbury, Connecticut. 1995. Rebecca & Arthur Miller.

Arthur Miller: Writer –  a film by Rebecca Miller (2017, HBO):   more here.

Watch the trailer and film at HBO or Amazon.   Watch a clip at IndieWire.

National Theater Live and Encore Screenings (in select cinemas)
Previous NT Live broadcasts and encore screenings include:

All My Sons, 2019, Old Vic

All My Sons, 2019, Roundabout Theater
©Brinkhoff/Moegenburg: Wendell Pierce

Death of a Salesman, 2019, the Young Vic / West End
©Brinkhoff/Moegenburg: Sharon D. Clarke, Arinzé Kene, Martins Imhangbe

The American Clock, 2019, Old Vic

Death of a Salesman, 2018, the Royal Exchange

The Price, 2017, Roundabout Theater
Listing;  montagePlaybill Program,  clips: 1, 2, 3, 4.
A View from the Bridge, 2016, Lyceum Theatre
No Villain, 2015, the Old Red Lion Theatre
Death of a Salesman, 2015, Royal Shakespeare Company
Incident at Vichy, 2015: Signature Theatre
Full production available: for purchase on BroadwayHD and broadcast on Thirteen.
© 2015 Joan Marcus: Richard Thomas as Von Berg, Derek Smith as Monceau, & Jonathan Gordon as Boy.
The Hook, 2015, Liverpool Everyman’s
Death of a Salesman, 1999 ( and aired on Showtime, 2000)

Slideshow and more.

In October 2020, presented as free stream through the Goodman Theatre, in collaboration with Showtime and Actors Fund.  Please consider a donation to the Actors Fund:

© Inge Morath/Magnum Photos. USA. Hog’s Island, Massachusetts. 1995. Director Nicholas Hytner and Arthur Miller on the set of “The Crucible.”
The Crucible, 1996
© Inge Morath/Magnum Photos.  USA. Hog’s Island, Massachusetts. 1995. Actress Winona Ryder and writer Arthur Miller on the set of “The Crucible.”
Everybody Wins, 1990
Death of a Salesman, 1985
Trailer. Film available for streaming and available on DVD/VHS on amazon.
© Inge Morath/Magnum Photos. USA. New York. 1985.  Actor Dustin Hoffman during the filming of “Death of a Salesman.”
Playing for Time, 1980
©Inge Morath/Magnum Photos. USA. Pennsylvania. 1979. Actress Vanessa Redgrave filming “Playing for Time.”
An Enemy of the People, 1978
Incident at Vichy, 1973
A Memory of Two Mondays, Great Performances, 1971
The Crucible, 1967
Death of a Salesman, 1966
A View from the Bridge, 1962
© Inge Morath/Magnum Photos. 1961.  Director Sidney Lumet. Raf Vallone shooting a scene of “A View From the Bridge”.
The Misfits, 1961
Documentary:  Making the Misfits, Great Performances, 2002 (Gail Levin, Thirteen.)
© Inge Morath/Magnum Photos. USA. Reno, Nevada. 1960. Montgomery Clift during “The Misfits.”
A Memory of Two Mondays, 1959.

Death of a Salesman, 1951.

All My Sons, 1948

Collection Connections: Arthur Miller remixes Jane Austen classic for radio” – online discussion with Q & A.  November 2020, the Harry Ransom Center.  In 1945, American playwright Arthur Miller adapted British novelist Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice for the radio. The quirky adaptation aired just before Thanksgiving Day 75 years ago, a few years before Miller became a household name as author of plays like All My Sons and Death of a Salesman. Tune in as Jane Austen scholar and University of Texas professor Janine Barchas talks about the original script with Eric Colleary, the Ransom Center’s curator of theatre and performing arts.

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1953  “The Crucible” at Playbill (original and past productions)

1955  “A View from the Bridge” Playbill program: also includes the one-act play A Memory of Two Mondays

1964 “‘After the Fall’; Arthur Miller’s Play Open Repertory” NYT

1964:  “Incident at Vichy” Playbill program

1968: “The Price” at Playbill (original and past productions)

1972  “The Creation of the World and Other Business” Playbill program

1977  “The Archbishop’s Ceiling” Kennedy Center 1977 (Cleveland Playhouse 1984)

©Inge Morath/Magnum Photos. Rehearsing the fight scene.  China. Beijing, 1983.
©Inge Morath/Magnum Photos. China. Beijing, 1983. A production of “Death of a Salesman” at the People’s Art Theater. Actor Ruocheng Ying.

From “Salesman” in Beijing by Arthur Miller, with photographs by Inge Morath, 1983: new edition by Bloomsbury, 2015 (Theatre Makers series).