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and Special events, as well as links to archives for past events.
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N.B.  For information on the  Arthur Miller Journal--including how to subscribe and content lists for
previously published isssues,  go to the Journal website.

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Calls For Papers:

The Arthur Miller Society is always looking for anyone who would like to organize Miller panels at conferences, such as ALA, SAMLA, NEMLA, CDC, American Studies, ASTR or ATHE--please contact our current President, Paula Langteau, with proposals/details.

Ongoing CFP:

Arthur Miller Journal
Looking for papers on any aspect of the life and work of Arthur Miller for the Arthur Miller Journal which is published Spring and Fall. Go to the Journal page for more detail regarding submissions, subscriptions, contact e-mails for the various editors, and for contents of past volumes. You can make a submission to the Journal of an essay, performance review, or book review, as well as offer material for the notes section--directly at this website. If a Miller play is being produced in your area (check the listings below)--please attend and upload your review through the above link (website).

Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies  published near the close of 2006 a special Arthur Miller Edition: Volume 11, Number 2 (2005):  ISSN:  12 18-7364  that contains several new essays on Miller's work--see details in the archive link below for Special Events/News/Releases 2007 regarding how to order yourself a copy.  The Journal is meanwhile looking for further submissions:  Manuscripts should conform to the latest edition of the MLA Handbook in all matters of style (parenthetical citations keyed to a works-cited list). Contributions on history should conform to the latest edition of the Chicago Manual of Style. All submissions should be sent together with a disk copy of the article in Word 95 for Windows. All correspondence should be addressed to the Editor, HJEAS, University of Debrecen, Pf. 73, Hungary 4010; e-mail:

  JCDE: Journal of Contemporary Drama in English, published by De Gruyter (Berlin/Boston)    
A bi-annual, peer-reviewed journal that focuses on contemporary Anglophone dramatic literature and theatreperformance. It renegotiates the understanding of contemporary aesthetics of drama and theatre by treating dramatic texts of the last fifty years, and welcomes essays on the work of Arthur Miller. Essays should be no longer than 8,000 words (including notes and bibliography) and should be formatted according to MLA style (7th edition, 2009.
ESSAY CONTRIBUTIONS should be sent to: Prof. Dr. Martin Middeke, Chair of English Literature, University of Augsburg, Universitaetsstraße 10, D-86159 Augsburg, Germany.   

SUGGESTIONS FOR REVIEWS should be sent to: Prof. Dr. Christina Wald, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Philosophische Fakultät II, Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Unter den Linden 6, D-10099 Berlin, Germany.   

The Journal of American Drama and Theatre -- a fully online and peer-reviewed journal -- is currently seeking submissions for upcoming issues. If you are working on an article related to theatre and/or drama of the Americas, consider submitting it to JADT. Full submission guidelines can be found here, and the current issue (guest-edited by ATDS) can be viewed here.  Details of the next ATDS guest-edited and themed issue will be available soon!
CFP and other scholarly opportunities with Deadlines: TBA

Below are photographs of Mr. Miller from the 9th International Arthur Miller Conference, taken by Dr. Jeffrey Mason, University of Oregon.

Conferences and Panels:
  (Link to AMS conference archive) (Link to ALA archive

Members, especially, please make every effort possible to attend any conference panels with
papers on Miller and
support the continuation of
Arthur Miller scholarship.

American Literature Association Conference
San Francisco, May 27-29, 2016

Tentative Schedule from Website: March 9, 2016

Friday, May 27: 3:40 – 5:00
Session 12-D   Miller’s Vision of Tragedy: Insights from Theory and Performance
Organized by the Arthur Miller Society

Chair: Peter L. Hays, University of California, Davis
1. “’There’s a Story in That’: Commodification of Language and Reification of Narratives in Death of a Salesman,”
David Cosca, Cornell University

2. “A Real Shame/Man: Hubris, Humiliation, and Pathological Legacy in Miller’s Death of a Salesman,”
L. Bailey McDaniel, Oakland University

3. “Lessons from the Bloody Rain: The Young Vic Production of A View from the Bridge and Miller’s Tragic Form,”
Daniel Larner, Fairhaven College of Interdisciplinary Studies, Western Washington University

  The Arthur Miller Centennial   
October 16-18, 2015  
Sponsored by the Arthur Miller Society at St. Francis College, Brooklyn, New York was a great success thanks to all those who attended. Congratulations to Stephen Marino and St. Francis College for hosting such a wonderful event. Cambridge University Press has commissioned a volume of essays from among the presentations given at the conference, and expect to see other papers printed in future editions of the Arthur Miller Journal.

William Inge Theater
Outside the William Inge Theatre they have
planted a tree for each past Honoree of the
William Inge Festival Achievement Award
who has passed on.
The tree they planted in Miller's
memory right outside the
William Inge Theatre in
Independence, Kansas.
Here is the plaque at the base of the tree.

Current Stage Productions (Link to Archive)
A useful place to check for upcoming productions of plays is the DPS website, where you can search by the playwright to see which plays have been licensed through them for production (both professional and non-professional). The listings below, however, contain more details and generally more up-to-date information.

If you are looking for a Miller expert to provide a lecture, keynote, seminar or talkback in conjunction with a production, please contact us and we will try and put you in touch with any scholars in your area.

  • Productions During 2017
  • Productions During 2016
    • A View From The Bridge 27 Dec-15 Jan by FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training, 5555 North Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL. Call 941.351.8000 / 800.361.8388 or check the website.
    • A View from the Bridge 2 Dec. 2016--8 Jan. 2017 by The Edge Theatre Company, 1560 Teller Street, (40 West Arts District), Lakewood, CO. Directed by John Ashton, with Rick Yaconis,  Abby Apple Boes, Amelia Corrada, Benjamin Cowhick, Jon Brown, and Kevin Hart. Call 303-232-0363 or check the website.
    • View from a Bridge 18 Nov.-3 Dec. in Eisenhower Theater, Kennedy Center, 2700 F Street, NW Washington DC. A touring production by the Centre Theatre Group of Los Angeles, directed by Ivo van Hove. Cast TBA. Call: (202) 467-4600 or toll free (800) 444-1324 (tickets not yet on sale), or check the website.
    • The Ride Down Mt. Morgan 28 Oct.-6 Nov. by Seneca Community Players, Seneca Falls, NY. Directed by Jamie Bruno. Call 315.568.9364 or check the website.
    • All My Sons 28 Oct.-19 Nov. directed by Michael Rudman at Rose Theatre, 24 – 26 High Street, Kingston-Upon-Thames, Surrey, Kent, UK. Call 020 8174 0090 or check the website.
    • All My Sons 20 Oct.-6 Nov. by Tred Avon Players (TAP), 300 Oxford Road (Oxford Community Center), Oxford, MD. Directed by Ed Langrell. Call 410-226-0061 or check the website.
    • All My Sons 14 Oct.-13 Nov. by Elite Theatre Company, 2731 Victoria Ave, Oxnard, CA. Directed by Brian Robert Harris. Call 805-483-5118 or check the website.
    • All My Sons 7 Oct.-6 Nov. by Pewter Plough Players, 824 Main St, Cambria, CA. Call 805 927-3877 or check the website.
    • The Crucible 19 Oct.-6 Nov. by Playmakers Repertory Company at University of North Carolina, College of Arts and Sciences,
Center for Dramatic Art
, Chapel Hill, NC. Call  919.962.7529 or check the website.
    • The Price 28 Sept.-22 Oct. by Jarrott Productions and Trinity Street Players, at Trinity Street Theatre, Black Box Theatre, 4th floor, First Baptist Church, 901 Trinity Street, Austin, TX. Directed by Fritz Ketchum, with Scott Galbreath, Amanda Cooley Davis Wischkaemper, Rick Smith and David Jarrott. Check the website for more information.
    • A View From the Bridge 7 Sept.-16 Oct. by Center Theater Group at Ahmanson Theatre, at Los Angeles Music Center, 135 N Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA. Directed by Ivo van Hove. Cast TBA. Call  213.628.2772 or check the website. This production will then be touring: including  the Kennedy Center, Washington DC, 18 Nov.-3 Dec.
    • All My Sons 25 Aug.-4 Sept. by Weston Playhouse 12 Park St, Weston, VT. Directed by Mary B. Robinson. As an American Masters production, All My Sons will include lectures, a statewide teachers workshop, school matinees, and a performance at the Flynn Center in Burlington, VT. Call 802.824.5288 (June to Sept.) or check the website.
    • All My Sons 5-21 Aug. by Hayward Arts Regional Theater (HART), in Fanmeyer Theatre, at 250 Pigeon St. in Waynesville, NC. Call (828) 456-6322 or check the website.
    • Death of a Salesman 21 July-6 Aug. by Vokes Players, at Beatrice Herford's Vokes Theatre, 97 Boston Post Road (Route 20), Wayland, MA. Directed by John Barrett. Call (508) 358-4034 or check the website.
    • Death of a Salesman4 June-2 American Players Theatre, for Play in the Woods, 5950 Golf Course Road, Spring Green, WI. Directed by Kenneth Albers, with Brian Mani, Tracy Michelle Arnold, Marcus Truschinski, and Casey Hoekstra. Scene design by Michael Ganio. Call 608-588-2361 or check the website.
    • Broken Glass 14 June-9 July 2017 by Theatre J, 1529 16th Street NW, Washington DC.
 Directed by Aaron Posner. Call (202) 518-9400 or check the website.
    • No Villain 14 June - 9 July at Trafalgar Studios 2, 14 Whitehall, London, UK. Directed by Sean Turner, with David Bromley, Nesba Crenshaw, Kenneth Jay, Stephen Omer, and George Turvey. Set design by Max Dorey. Call 0844 871 7632 or check the website. 100 seat theater.
    • All My Sons, 4 June-9 July at Roslyn Packer Theatre, 22 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay, Millers Point, NSW, Australia. Directed by Kip Williams, with John Howard and Robyn Nevin. Call +61 2 9250 1999 or check the website.
    • Incident at Vichy 19 May-17 June at Soulpepper Theater, at the Young Center for Performing Arts, 50 Tank House Lane, Toronto, ON, Canada. Directed by Alan Dilworth, with Kawa Ada, Oliver Dennis, Peter Fernandes, Dordon Hecht, Stuart Hughes, Diego Matamoros, and William Webster. Set design by Lorenzo Savoini. Call 416 866 8666, or check the website.
    • All My Sons 7-19 June by Theatre Raleigh, 2 East South Street, Raleigh, NC. With Michael Berry with Mitch Poulos, Charlie Brady, Julie Fishell, Meagan Chieppor, and Estes Tarver. Set design by Chris Bernier. Call 919.832.9997 or check the website.
    • The Price 20 May-26 June by Melbourne Civic Theatre, 817 E Strawbridge Ave, Melbourne, FL. Call (321) 723-6935 or check the website.
    • All My Sons 9 May-25 Sept. at Stratford Festival, in Tom Patterson Theatre, 55 Queen Street, Stratford, ON, Canada. Directed by Martha Henry, Joseph Ziegler, Lucy Peacock, Tim Campbell, Sarah Afful, Michael Blake, and Lanise Antoine Shelley and E.B. Smith. (N.B. Deevers and Baylisses are played by black actors). Set design my Douglas Paraschuk. Call 1 800 567 1600 or check their website for more details.
    • Death of a Salesman May-June of 2016 by New Theatre at South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center, 10950 SW 211th St., Cutler Bay, FL. Call 786-573-3500 or check the website.
    • A View from the Bridge 28 May-18 June on The Western Stage in the Studio Theater, Hartnell College, 411 Central Avenue, Salinas, CA. Call 759-6984 or check the website.
    • Death of a Salesman 20 May-5 June by Parish Players, at the Eclipse Grange Theatre, 193 Academy Road, Thetford, VT. Directed by Ray Chapin with Mike Backman, Kay Morton, Noor Taher, and Sam Chapin. Call 802 785-4344, or check the website.
    • All My Sons 28 May-5 June by Rogue Theater, Ephraim Village Hall, 9996 Water St. (Highway 42), Ephraim, WI. Directed by John Wilson, with Chris Weidenbacher, Chris Milton, Marcel Bruyere, Carrie Todd Counihan, and Ed DiMaio. Call 920-818-0816 or check their Facebook page.
    • Death of a Salesman 25 May-4 June by Cambrian Players, at Finlandia Hall on 314 Bay Street. Thunder Bay, ON, Canada Directed by Jim Hobson. Call +1 807-622-6753 or check the website.
    • Death of a Salesman 28 April-29 May by Artswest Playhouse, 4711 California Ave SW Seattle, WA. Directed by Mathew Wright, with David Pichette, Eleanor Moseley, Drew Highlands, and Kyle Anton Johnson. Call (206) 938-0339 or check the website.
    • Death of a Salesman and A Streetcar Named Desire in rotating Rep. 6 April-12 June by Everyman Theater. Salesman is directed by Directed by Vincent M. Lancisi,  with Wil Love, Carl Schurr, Megan Anderson, Danny Gavigan, Beth Hylton, Bruce Randolph Nelson, and Deborah Hazlett. Call or check the website.
    • The Crucible 1 March (new date) previews, to open 7 April (until 17 July), Walter Kerr Theatre, 219 W 48th St, New York, NY. Produced by Scott Rudin. Directed by Ivo van Hove with Ben Whishaw, Sophie Okonedo, Saoirse Ronan, Ciarán Hinds, Jim Norton, Tavi Gevinson, Jason Butler Harner, and Bill Camp. Set design by Jan Versweyveld. Philip Glass to provide an original score. Call: (212) 307-4100 or check the website. "Unlike in the 1996 film adaptation and countless theatrical productions, traditional Puritan clothing has been replaced with private school uniforms. A gray classroom with a chalkboard that runs nearly the full length of the back wall slowly fills with drawings and words written or scribbled by characters to symbolically chronicle the buildup to the three-hour play’s climax. And the lighting, which oscillates between chilly, hospital white and warm oranges, visually magnifies the ever-present score by Philip Glass."

    FILM INFORMATION (21st century developments): 

    Special Events/News/Releases for 2016-2017 (Link to Archive for past years)

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    Inside the Arthur Miller Theater at the University of Michigan in which they produced All My Sons
    in October 2015 to mark the Miller Centenary.

    Recent Books on Miller (2011--current)   Archive 2005-2010