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Actress Kathryn Rossetter Accuses Dustin Hoffman of Further Disgusting On-Set Behavior

Another woman has come forward to allege that actor Dustin Hoffman sexual harassed her during their time performing in the 1985 Broadway revival and TV movie of Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman. Actress Kathryn Rossetter detailedShow More Summary

In 'Arthur Miller: Writer,' Rebecca Miller draws a tender portrait of her father

There’s an eloquent handmade quality to “Arthur Miller: Writer,” filmmaker Rebecca Miller’s engagingly intimate portrait of her famous father. It’s a sense of pieces being fitted together, not unlike the furniture parts that the late playwright is seen shaping and finessing in his workshop — clearly...

L.A. movie openings, Dec. 8

Dec. 8 Along for the Ride Documentary on Dennis Hopper. Directed by Nick Ebeling. Arthur Miller: Writer Director Rebecca Miller profiles her father, one of the greats of American playwriting, in this documentary. Big Sonia Documentary on an 89-year-old Holocaust survivor. Co-directed by Leah Warshawski...

Arthur Miller: Writer’ Helmer Rebecca Miller Discusses Her Doc Portrait Of Father Arthur Miller

Arthur Miller's relevance as a playwright appears in no danger of diminishing. Only two years ago, for instance, an innovative production of his A View From the Bridge won a Tony Award for Best Revival of a play. If his reputation as...Show More Summary

To Accomplish A Less Sexist Theatre World, Start With Gender Parity In Theatre Classrooms

The problem isn't just Shakespeare; it's also Chekhov - and Arthur Miller, all three of whom dominate English-language theatre training and thus the classroom, and it's partially why so many women majoring or doing grad work in performance get to act much less often than their male counterparts. "The coexistence of these phenomena — the […]

Drop Everything And Go See The Crucible at ACT

2 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

The production was surprisingly gripping for being a nearly three hour tacit defense of polyamory. by Rich Smith ACT's stripped down production is incredible. Chris Bennion The only two words dustier than "Arthur Miller" are "The Crucible,"...Show More Summary

Behind the Scenes Photos of Marilyn Monroe Playfully Poses During the 'The Red Dress Sitting' Series, January 1957

Milton Greene photographed Marilyn Monroe in this series, appropriately titled “The Red Dress Sitting” for Life Magazine in January 1957, after Marilyn had returned from her honeymoon in Jamaica with Arthur Miller. This series produced several memorable images, displaying the playful eroticism that was apparent in all their work together. Show More Summary

Today in History for October 17th

2 months agoNews : USAToday: News

Highlights of this day in history: Arab oil embargo fuels energy crisis; Americans clinch revolutionary victory at Saratoga; Deadly quake hits northern California; Mobster Al Capone convicted of tax evasion; Playwright Arthur Miller born. (Oct. 17)        

A Steppenwolf for Young Adults ‘Crucible’ shivers with the perils of closed minds

If there was one thing that the great American playwright Arthur Miller hated above all else, it was sanctimonious moral absolutism. “This is a sharp time, now, a precise time,” says the insufferable Danforth, the most terrifying character in “The Crucible.” “We live no longer in the dusky afternoon...

Theater openings Oct. 6-12

Saturday “The Crucible”: Steppenwolf for Young Adults presents Arthur Miller’s Salem witch trials-set allegory. Through Oct. 21 at Steppenwolf Theatre, 1650 N. Halsted St.; 312-335-1650 and “Evening at the Talk House”: Old friends reunite on the anniversary of an old play in...

Review: “Abigail/1702” builds on Arthur Miller’s “Crucible” but unwisely veers from his intent

3 months agoUnited States / Atlanta : ArtsATL

A bit of old writing advice has it that a story should start, not at the beginning, but in media res, right in the middle of things. The new play Abigail/1702 by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, currently running at Aurora Theatre through October 15, goes one further by starting its story long after the end. Aguirre-Sacasa takes...

Review: A View from the Bridge (Goodman Theatre)

There’s a pall of suffocating dread woven through director Ivo Van Hove’s galvanizing take on Arthur Miller’s 1955 classic A View From the Bridge. Set in the 1950s, the story about immigration and incest is more than 60 years old, but it screams with urgency in Goodman Theatre's presentation of the original Young Vic production. Highly Recommended. (review by Catey Sullivan)

Ivo van Hove's 'A View From the Bridge' is an American tragedy waiting to happen

“A play is rarely given a second chance,” Arthur Miller once wrote. He who was right about so many perils of the human condition was wrong about that. To wit: Director Ivo van Hove’s desperate, despairing, heart-pounding 2015 Broadway revival of “A View From the Bridge,” now on a tour of major...

Fall Theater: Ivo van Hove on 'View From the Bridge' and being wrong about Arthur Miller

It was the winter of 2009. On the bill at the Goodman Theatre was the American premiere of "Rouw Siert Electra," a title that did not exactly roll off the tongue, even if it was Dutch for one of the greatest American plays of the 20th century. The 50-year-old Belgian director Ivo van Hove had a...

When fact and feeling collide

Mosquitoes is “a superbly acted and complex play” that includes “dazzling physics lectures”, says Arthur I Miller, but in some ways, the science is peripheral to the plot

Goodman announces cast of 'View From the Bridge,' 'Yasmina's Necklace'

Goodman Theatre announced casting for its 2017-18 season openers Wednesday. Opening the season is Ivo van Hove’s revival of Arthur Miller’s “A View from the Bridge” (Sept. 9-Oct. 15) in the Albert Theatre. The Young Vic production includes Daniel Abeles as Rodolpho, Ian Bedford as Eddie Carbone,...

Missing out on the kindness of strangers

WASHINGTON — There are happier stories about those who travel the nation trying to find buyers for their wares than Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman.” Just ask Marc J. Dunkelman. In an essay in the summer issue of The Hedgehog Review, Dunkelman recalls a conversation two decades ago with his grandfather, a retired salesman, [...]Show More Summary

Sam Shepard, the cowboy playwright who rewrote the rules of the American stage

Eugene O’Neil brought gravitas to the American theater. Tennessee Williams allowed it to lyrically sing. Arthur Miller raised its political temperature. And Edward Albee infused it with an absurdist flair. But it took Sam Shepard, the greatest playwright to emerge from the economically strapped,...

Legends of Tomorrow: Captain Cold, Rip & Damien Darhk Return for S3

At Comic-Con International in San Diego, the CW confirmed the return of Wentworth Miller, Arthur Darvill and Neal McDonough for the third season of Legends. The post Legends of Tomorrow: Captain Cold, Rip & Damien Darhk Return for S3 appeared first on CBR.

DC’s ‘Legends Of Tomorrow’ At Comic-Con: Neal McDonough Upped To Regular For Season 3, Arthur Darvill & Wentworth Miller Return As Recurring

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow is setting its cast for the upcoming third season. Neal McDonough will return as a series regular in the CW/WB series, upped from his recent recurring role as the smug Damien Dahrk, and Arthur Darvill and Wentworth Miller will be back in the recurring roles of Rip Hunter and Captain Cold, respectively. Show More Summary

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