- After the Fall, opening March 2010
This deeply personal 1964 play, which Miller says “takes place in the mind, thought, and memory of Quentin,” explores personal relationships and political loyalties through one man’s examination of his life.
- Resurrection Blues, opening July 2010
Miller’s penultimate play, published in 2002, humorously and powerfully satirizes the strength of faith – religious, political and personal – as a repressive dictatorship prepares to crucify a possibly divine prisoner in front of American television audiences.
- A View From the Bridge, opening November 2010
This 1955 classic, set in a close-knit Italian-American neighborhood in Brooklyn, explores a father’s response as his safety and family are threatened by his decision to protect his cousins from immigration officials.
- Playwright Scholar Series Events
Throughout the 2010 Arthur Miller Season, join us for intimate readings and discussions from works throughout Miller’s canon.
Also, don’t miss productions of Arthur Miller’s most well-known plays at some of Chicago’s best theaters this fall and spring:
- All My Sons at Timeline Theatre, running August 31 – October 4, 2009 at the Greenhouse Theater Center, 2257 N. Lincoln. Details at http://www.timelinetheatre.com. 773-281-8463.
- Death of a Salesman at Raven Theatre, running October 6 – December 5, 2009 at Raven Theatre, 6157 N. Clark. Details at http://www.raventheatre.com. 773-338-6547.
- The Crucible at Infamous Commonwealth Theatre, running March 27 – May 2, 2010 at Raven Theatre. 6157 N. Clark. Details at http://www.infamouscommonwealth.org. 312-458-9780.
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