"Theater is the art of the present tense." - Arthur Miller, Introduction to Collected Plays, 1957
On Broadway: Death of a Salesman: Previews begin September 17, 2022 – 17 weeks only
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)
All My Sons, 2019, Old Vic
All My Sons, 2019, Roundabout Theater
Death of a Salesman, 2019, the Young Vic / West End
The American Clock, 2019, Old Vic
Death of a Salesman, 2018, the Royal Exchange
The Price, 2017, Roundabout Theater
A View from the Bridge, 2016, Lyceum Theatre
The Crucible, 2016, Broadway
No Villain, 2015, the Old Red Lion Theatre
Death of a Salesman, 2015, Royal Shakespeare Company
Incident at Vichy, 2015: Signature Theatre
The Hook, 2015, Liverpool Everyman’s
The Crucible, 2014: Bristol Old Vic
Death of a Salesman, 2012, Broadway
All My Sons, 2011, Apollo Theatre UK (2013 release)
A View from the Bridge, 2010, Broadway
Focus, 2001 [film based on 1945 novel]
The Ryan Interview, 2000
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: http://ActorsFund.org/Salesman
The Crucible, 1996
Everybody Wins, 1990
Death of a Salesman, 1985
Playing for Time, 1980
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
The Misfits, 1961
A Memory of Two Mondays, 1959.
Death of a Salesman, 1951.
All My Sons, 1948
Arthur Miller: Writer
Directed by Rebecca Miller, 2017. Watch the trailer and film at HBO. Watch a clip at IndieWire. Interviews: Film at Lincoln Center Q & A; Build Series: Rebecca Miller & Damon Cardasis discuss Arthur Miller: Writer; NPR: “Documenting the Offstage Life of Playwright Arthur Miller (AKA Dad).”
– Broken Glass
LA TheaterWorks recordings are also available at audible.com
Production-related conversation: Death of a Salesman, BBC Radio 3: “Free Speech – Free Thinking on Campus: Acting Arthur Miller” feature with Zoë Wanamaker and David Suchet.
“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.
Original productions: programs & listings
1940 “The Man Who Had All the Luck” Playbill listing
1949 “Death of a Salesman” Playbill program
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)
1980 “The American Clock” Playbill program
1993 “The Last Yankee” (& first UK production, 1993)
1994 “Broken Glass” listing on BroadwayWorld
1999 “Mr. Peters’ Connections” Playbill feature
2000 “The Ride Down Mt. Morgan” Playbill program (& Williamstown Theatre Festival, 1996)
2002 “Resurrection Blues” Playbill feature
2004 “Finishing the Picture” at Goodman Theatre
Inge Morath, photograher
Inge Morath photographed Arthur Miller’s productions from 1960 to 2002. To explore more of her work, visit www.ingemorath.org and Magnum Photos.