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Review: All My Sons

First written all the way back in 1946, Arthur Miller’s All My Sons is a staple in the theatre community, and after multiple revivals on Broadway and around the world,…

The Crucible

For school students like those from the American High School Theatre Festival, just putting a play like The Crucible on at the Fringe is a remarkable enough achievement. Arthur Miller’s…

An Interview with: A View From the Bridge

A View From the Bridge is one of the more popular plays studied in English literature classes, but it is also an example of some of Arthur Miller’s genius when…

Introducing: Arthur Miller

Theatre has been tremendously important in my life and so, choosing between such iconic players is no easy task. So, believe me when I say, the impact of Arthur Miller’s…

The Crucible

Image courtesy of Philippa Oliver. The Crucible at Bedlam Theatre Run Ended In honour of Arthur Miller’s 100th birthday, the Bedlam Theatre toasts the playwright this week in showcasing one…