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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.

During Arthur Miller's 2015 centennial year, the expectation is that conferences, theaters
and publishers will be especially interested in engaging with Miller material,
and so we encourage you to share any plans for celebrations,
publications or productions with the society that we can help to publicize,
or solicit us for ideas/assistance.

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:

International Arthur Miller Centennial Conference
University of Extremadura, Cáceres, Spain November 19-21, 2015

Deadline for proposals: September 30, 2015
Plenary speakers: Christopher Bigsby (Director of the Arthur Miller Centre for American Studies, University of East Anglia, UK, pending confirmation); Matthew Roudané (Georgia State University), Félix Martín Gutiérrez (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), and Ramón Espejo Romero (Universidad de Sevilla).

The Department of English of the University of Extremadura (Faculty of Arts and Letters) will host the International Arthur Miller Centennial Conference, in Cáceres, Spain on November 19-21, 2015. The conference aims to provide a forum for academic reflection into any aspect of the life and works of Arthur Miller. We welcome contributions from a wide spectrum of critical perspectives on the playwright’s prolific output of dramatic and non-dramatic works, spanning more than six decades. From the perspective of the 100th anniversary of his birth on October 17, 1915, Miller’s role in American literature and culture and his significant contribution to the reshaping of American theatre will be reassessed. This three-day conference will feature 4 plenary lectures, panels of concurrent paper sessions, 2 roundtable sessions, staged readings, and photographic and book exhibits. Themes that could be addressed include, but are not restricted to:
 Miller’s reception abroad: influence, affinities and translations into other languages.
 Miller’s literary contemporaries
 The influence of European theater on Miller’s drama
 The “seductive” influence of Miller’s works on other American and European playwrights
 The lasting legacy of Miller and his connection to and influence on other playwrights
 Miller as a playwright/short story writer/novelist/essayist
 The staging and performance of Miller’s plays in Europe
 The transposition of Miller’s playscripts to the screen
 Fact and fiction in his plays
 Miller in Spain and Spain in Miller
 Intertextuality in Miller
 Linguistic/stylistic studies of Miller’s plays
 The intersections of race, class and gender in Miller’s plays
 Miller’s politics and ideology
 Teaching Miller: Text, subtext and context
The official conference languages will be English and Spanish.
It is anticipated that selected papers from the conference will be published.
Click here to download a flyer with these details to offer to anyone you think may be interested.

Please send abstracts of no more than 250-300 words (in Microsoft Word or rtf formats) for proposed 20-minute papers by September 30, 2015, accompanied by a short biographical note not exceeding 150 words, institutional affiliation, and contact details to all the following emails.
Luis Girón Echevarría, Conference chair ( ; )
Bernardo Santano Moreno (
Ma Carmen Galván Malagón (
Diana Villanueva Romero (
Notification of acceptance will be sent by October 7th.
For further information, please visit the Conference website (under construction) or contact the organizers (above).

The Travis Bogard
Artist in Residence Program at Tao House
Invites Developing or established Playwrights, Scholars or Critics in the Performing Arts
to apply for a working retreat of up to a month at the Eugene O’Neill National Historic Site, Danville, CA.
As a Tao House Fellow you will:
• work in the solitude and quiet of Tao House, in the creative atmosphere in which America’s only Nobel Prizewinning
playwright produced his masterpieces. (N.B. Subject of
work need not relate to O’Neill.)
• live offsite in comfortable, contemplative surroundings. Meals and local transportation are provided.
• have access to the Tao House Research library holdings in American Theatre, which include documents,
photographs and unique collections on O’Neill’s life and work.

• select your preferred residence between May 1 & October 31, 2016.
Application deadline: November 30, 2015.
For full details and to apply, go to

CALL FOR PAPERS: Theatre History Symposium
Mid-America Theatre Conference (
Minneapolis, March 17-20, 2016
As scholars and teachers, we pursue “variety” in cultural and theatrical performances to enrich our scholarly and creative work. After all, one quick look at a roster of recent (off-)Broadway productions or newly published plays seems to offer a viewer or reader a plethora of choices in terms of topic, style, structure, genre, etc. In our classrooms, we often opt for breadth over depth as we relay theatre history by forwarding an array of key figures, places, dates, artistic movements, and texts. While learning about an ever-widening range of perspectives and artistic acts is surely a crucial part of our ongoing labor as scholars, artists, and teachers, we wonder about the stakes of our intellectual and pedagogical quests for “variety.”
Specifically, we ask, what power dynamics are at play within and emerge through terms such as “multiplicity,” “diversity,” and “hetereogeneity”? How do these dynamics shape artistic practice and scholarship? What theatrical examples from the distant or more recent past point to tensions between notions of “variety” and “singularity” in theatre and performance studies? How might confronting the opportunities and limits of such terminology shape new methodologies and the ways performance and scholarship engage with issues of social justice on- and offstage?
Variety is, of course, not always welcomed. And it may act as a veneer that glosses over a set of limited choices instead of prompting a truly polyvalent network of voices, ideas, and actions. How have theatre scholars, artists, and their audiences confronted entrenched personal, artistic, and institutionalized prejudices or censored and absent archives that limit the expression and inclusion of multiple voices and participants?  In what ways do strong reactions to artistic innovations illuminate social, political, and economic struggles?  Where has “variety” stood in for narrowly defined political or artistic agendas? At what cost?
The Theatre History Symposium invites proposals that forward clear, explicit arguments and are ideally varied in terms of research methods, theoretical genealogies, analytical strategies, and writing or presentation styles.
Please submit proposals via email in Word or PDF Format to and include the following:
•     Your name, title (graduate student, faculty rank, independent scholar), academic affiliation (if applicable), and a brief biography.
•    Your contact information (particularly email).
•    The title and abstract for your paper. Please limit abstracts to 250 words.
•    Any audiovisual elements requested for your presentation. We cannot guarantee audiovisual support but will take requests into account when scheduling. Late requests may not be honored.
•    We also welcome proposals for full panels. Contact the co-chairs for more information.
Theatre History Symposium Co-Chairs:  Joanne Zerdy, PhD (Independent Researcher  )     and  Michelle Granshaw, PhD University of Pittsburgh
All proposals must be received by October 15, 2015
In addition: Robert A. Schanke Award
The Robert A. Schanke Research Award is given annually to an untenured faculty presenter of the Theatre History Symposium and carries a cash award of $500 and consideration for publication in Theatre History Studies, the Mid-America Theatre Conference journal. For consideration, submit your full, conference-length version of your paper to the co-chairs at the email address above by February 20, 2016

A Journal of Theatre and Performance of the Americas
Call for Papers: 2016 Issue
Theatre Annual is the oldest theatre periodical continuously published in America and is now an official publication of the American Theatre and Drama Society. We construe “American” broadly to include North, Central, and South America and the Caribbean Islands. Articles may treat work in these geographic areas; it may also treat work from these areas that is presented elsewhere in the world. We welcome articles on the history and ethnography of performance, drawing from such areas as theatre studies, performance studies, popular culture, music, anthropology, communication, dance, philosophy, folklore, history, and the special areas of interest that cross disciplinary lines. Please note that the focus on theatre and performance largely precludes essays focusing on literary criticism or theory.
For the 2016 issue, we invite articles that address the broad topic Critical Theatre/Theatrical Criticism. “Critical” can mean “crucial” or its cognates (“of decisive importance”); it also can mean “censorious” (faultfinding) or “offering informed interpretation.” Theatre and performance of the Americas are rife with instances both of providing voice and sustenance to communities and of speaking out against perceived injustice or enemies. Criticism as usually understood regarding theatre and performance typically takes the form of published reviews or orally delivered responses. Such criticism has the potential to be itself performative (theatrical). Blending the two parts of the topic, a theatrical endeavor may be undertaken as a critical response to an earlier work. So, when Rosalyn Drexler writes Room 17C as a feminist reworking of Death of a Salesman, she is leveling criticism via theatre (theatrical criticism) but also making a crucial intervention (writing critical theatre). While the 2016 issue seeks to foreground the topic above, papers are welcome on any subject that fits the journal’s mission.
Submissions should follow the guidelines in The Chicago Manual of Style (endnotes, no
Works Cited list). Authors should submit articles as Word attachments to the editor, Dorothy Chansky, Department of Theatre and Dance, Texas Tech University, using the email address In order to assist in the anonymous peer review process, the author’s identity should not be revealed in the manuscript except on a separate title page that should also include full contact information (academic affiliation, mailing address, home, cell, and work telephone numbers, and email address). Articles should be 5000-6500 words long including notes. Illustrations are highly desirable; authors are responsible for securing rights. Submission deadline is December 15, 2015. Please allow eight weeks for a response. More information available at

Call for Papers – Academic Symposium
2016 Texas Educational Theatre Association
Annual TheatreFest Convention
Dallas, Texas at the Dallas Hyatt
January 28th - 31st
***Dream Big! Make Magic! Make a Difference!***
“I want to burn with the spirit of the times. I want all servants of the stage to recognize their lofty destiny . . . Yes, the theatre can play an enormous part in the transformation of the whole of existence.”  ― Vsevolod Meyerhold

The Texas Educational Theatre Association invites submissions of paper proposals for the second annual Academic Symposium at its 2016 Annual TheatreFest Convention! While special consideration will be given to submissions intersecting with the determined theme of “Dream Big! Make Magic! Make a Difference!,” scholarly research presentations focusing on any topic relating to all aspects of theatre studies are welcomed. Topics can include but are not limited to:
• historical instances in which theatre or theatre practitioners “made a difference”
• biographical investigations of playwrights
• dramatic criticism
• practice and production
• theatre pedagogy at the college/university level
• theatre and popular culture
Please email abstract proposal submissions in Word format to the Academic Symposium Coordinator, Ms. Rebecca Worley: Proposals should include name, affiliation, and email address, along with the title of the paper, a 150-250 word abstract, and a brief bio. Scholars, teachers, graduate students, professionals, and others interested in the scholarly inquiry of theatre-related topics are encouraged to participate. Undergraduate students and/or graduate students who have never presented scholarly work at a conference should submit to the “Scholar’s Debut Panel” (call sent separately). 
The 2016 T.E.T.A. TheatreFest Convention will be held in Dallas, Texas, at the Dallas Hyatt Regency. Further details regarding the convention (hotel, registration, etc.) will soon be posted at (Please note, however, that prospective Academic Symposium participants should not submit proposals through the “workshop proposal” link on the website at this time.)
All abstract proposal submissions must be received via email by October 23, 2015, for acceptance consideration.

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.

The Arthur Miller Centennial   
October 16-18, 2015  
Sponsored by the Arthur Miller Society at St. Francis College, Brooklyn, New York
CFP is complete, and we shall announce a number of exciting panels and presentations once the conference program has been finalized (coming soon).
Conference Chair: Stephen Marino
 The Arthur Miller Journal
St. Francis College
180 Remsen Street
Brooklyn, New York 11202
Click here to get to the Registration site, or download the materials here: the preference is for online registration.
Click here to get a .pdf flyer you can post to help spread the word.

Department of Theatre & Drama, University of Michigan 100th Anniversary

The symposium will be October 14th-16th, 2015 in Ann Arbor at the U of M Arthur Miller Theatre in the Walgreen Drama Center. The symposium events will be free and open to the public. The Anniversary events begin on Homecoming Weekend, October 8th-11th. For more information, see the U of M Department of Theatre & Drama 100th Anniversary website.

October 14: Keynote address by Enoch Brater, the Kenneth T. Rowe Professor of Dramatic Literature and an international authority on Miller.

October 15: Panel discussion exploring our history as a department and Miller's interest in the University.

October 16: Distinguished U-M alumni and other prominent theatre, film, and television artists share their experiences in working on Miller's plays.

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 2016
    • All My Sons 4 June 9 July by Sydney Theatre Company, in the Roslyn Packer Theatre, Pier 4, Hickson Road
Walsh Bay NSW, Australia. Directed by Kip Williams, with John Howard and Robyn Nevin. Call (02) 9250 1777 or check the website.
    • Death of a Salesman 4 June-2 American Players Theatre, for Play in the Woods, 5950 Golf Course Road, Spring Green, WI. Call 608-588-2361 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.
    • Death of a Salesman 20 May-11 June by Live Arts Inc., 123 East Water St., Charlottesville, VA. Call (434) 977-4177 x123 or check the website.
    • 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.
    • Death of a Salesman 28 April-29 May by Artswest Playhouse, 4711 California Ave SW Seattle, WA. Directed by Mathew Wright. Call (206) 938-0339 or check the website.
    • A View from the Bridge 29 April-8 May by Theatre Box, 35 Verbena Avenue, Floral Park, NY. Call Call (516) 900-2031 or check the website.
    • The Crucible 8-23 April by Boise Little Theater, 100 E Fort Street, Boise, ID. Directed by Frank White. Call (208) 342-5104 or check the website.
    • All My Sons 8-24 April by Raven Theatre. 115 North Street Healdsburg, CA. Directed by Carl Hamilton. Call 707-431-7790 ext. 11 or (707) 433-6335 or check the website.
    • All My Sons 8-16 April by Southwest Playhouse, N 6th St, Clinton, OK. Call (580) 323-4448 or check the website.
    • The Crucible 25 March-10 April by Portland Players, 420 Cottage Rd., South Portland, ME. Directed by Michael Donovan. Call (207) 799-7337 or check the website.
    • The Crucible 4-13 March  by Younts Center for Performing Arts, 315 N Main St, Fountain Inn, SC. Call (864) 409-1050 or check the website.
    • The Crucible 26 Feb.-19 March by Center Point Legacy Theatre, 525 N 400 W, Centerville, UT. Call (801) 298-1302 or check the website
    • The Crucible 18 Feb.-19 March by the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Grindlay Street, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Directed by John Dove. Call +44 131 248 4848, or check the website.
    • The Crucible 24-28 Feb. by University of New Hampshire Theater, 30 Academic Way, Durham, NH. Call (603) 862-7222 or check the website.
    • Death of a Salesman 19 Feb.-13 March by Lakewood Playhouse, 5729 Lakewood Towne Center Blvd SW, Tacoma, WA. Call (253) 588-0042 or check the website.
    • The Crucible29 Feb. 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.
    • All My Sons 22 Jan.- 16 April by Montana Repertory Theatre, as part of their winter national tour. Directed by Jere Hodgin. Check the home website or their agent for more information.
    • All My Sons 22 Jan-7 Feb. by The Modern Theater, 1320 E Garden Ave., Coeur D Alene, ID. Call 208-676-7529 or check the website.
    • All My Sons 15 Jan.-21 Feb. by StagesTheatre, 400 E Commonwealth Ave, Fullerton, CA. Call (714) 525-4484 or check the website.
    • All My Sons 15 Jan.-7 Feb. by Irish Classical Theatre, 625 Main Street, Buffalo, NY. Call (716) 853-ICTC or check the website.
    • Death of a Salesman 15-31 Jan. by Palo Alto Players, 1305 Middlefield Rd # 1, Palo Alto, CA. Call (650) 329-0891 or check the website.
    • The Crucible 15-24 Jan. by  Community Players Theatre, 201 Robinhood Ln, Bloomington, IL. Call:(309) 663-2121 or check the website.
    • All My Sons 7-17 Jan. by Riverwalk Theatre, 228 Museum Drive, Lansing, MI. Directed by Bob Robinson. Call 517 482 5700 or check the website.
  • Productions During 2015
    • No Villain 8 Dec.-9 Jan. by The Old Red Lion Theatre, 418 St. John Street, Islington, London, UK (in association with the Miller Trust). Directed by Sean Turner. Call 0844 412 4307 or check the website. The premier of Miller's first ever play, written as a student at the University of Michigan.
    • All My Sons 3-13 Dec. by Wanderlust Theatre Co. at Cité des Arts, 109 Vine Street, Lafayette, LA. Call (337) 291-1122 or check the website.
    • All My Sons 11 Oct.-21 Nov. by A Noise Within, 3352 E Foothill Blvd., Pasadena, CA. Directed by Geoff Elliott, with Geoff Elliott, Deborah Strang, Rafael Goldstein, Maegan McConnell, and Aaron Blakely. Call 626.356.3100 x1 or check the website. This includes a symposium with a lecture from a noted scholar on Wednesday, October 14 at 6:30 pm prior to the performance, and post-performance conversations with the artists on Friday, October 30 at 8:00 pm, Friday, November 6 at 8:00 pm and Sunday, November 15 at 2:00 pm.
    • A View from the Bridge 18-22 Nov. by Theatre Department of Marymount Manhattan College, 221 E. 71 St. New York, NY. Call (212) 517-0400 or check the website.
    • The Crucible 13-22 Nov. by The Edge Theatre Ensemble Company at Heberton Hall (Keene Public Library Annex), 76 Winter St., Keene, NH. Call (603) 352-5657 or check the website.
    • The Crucible 13-21 Nov. by Edgewood Theatre Arts, 1000 Edgewood College Drive, Madison, WI. Directed by Jeanne Leep. Call (800) 444-4861 or check the website.
    • All My Sons 6-22 Nov. by Snug Theatre, 160 S. Water St., Marine City, MI. Call 810 278 1749 or check the website.
    • The Ride Down Mt. Morgan 23 Oct.-8 Nov. by Dundas Little Theatre, 37 Market St S, Dundas, Ontario, Canada. Directed by Jo Skilton, with Tim Hevesi, Ruth Flynn, Andrea Adcock, Daniel Gariepy, Jennifer Barclay and Danielle Greene. Call 1 905-627-5266 or check the website.
    • The Crucible 30 Oct.-15 Nov. by Hendersonville Little Theatre, 229 S. Washington Street, Hendersonville, NC. Call 828-692-1082 or check the website.
    • The Crucible 8 Oct.-7 Nov. by Bristol Old Vic, at Theatre Royal, King Street, Bristol, UK.  Directed by Tom Morris, with Dean Lennox Kelly, Neve MacIntosh, Rona Morison, Jeffery Kissoon, David Hargreaves, Daniel Weyman, Jude Akuwudike, and Annes Elwy. Set design by Robert Innes Hopkins. Call 0117 987 7877 or check the website.
    • The Crucible 30 Oct.-8 Nov. by Prime Stage Theatre, at The New Hazlett Theatre, Pittsburg, PA. Call (412) 320-4610 or check the website.
    • The Crucible 29 Oct. -1 Nov. by Lone Star College-Kingwood, Humble, TX. Call 281-312-1532 or check the website.
    • The Crucible 16-24 Oct. by Pumphouse Players Inc., 114 W. Main St., Cartersville, GA. Call 770-387-2610 or check the website.
    • The Crucible 22-25 Oct. by Haymarket Theatre, 803 Q Street, Lincoln, NE. Call 402-477-2600 or check the website.
    • Incident at Vichy 27 Oct. -6 Dec. at Signature Theatre Company, The Pershing Square, Signature Center, 480 West 42nd Street, New York. Directed by Michael Wilson, with Richard Thomas, Jonathan Hadary, Jonny Orsini. David Abeles, Curtis Billings, James Carpinello , AJ Cedeño, Quinlan Corbett, Brian Cross, Demosthenes Chrysan, Jonathan Gordon, Alex Morf, Darren Pettie, John Procaccino, Alec Shaw, Derek Smith, and Evan Zes. Scenic design by Jeff Cowie. Call 212-244-7529 or check the website.
    • The Crucible 13 October – 8 November 2015 by Theatre Calgary, 220 - 9th Ave. S.E., Calgary, AB, Vancouver, Canada. Call 403-294-7440 or check the website.
    • The Crucible 11 Oct.-8 Nov. Cleveland Play House, Playhouse Square,
1407 Euclid Avenue,Cleveland, IL. Directed by Laura Kepley, with Esau Pritchett, Donald Carrier, Katie O. Solomon, John Herrera, Mahira Kakkar, Rachel Leslie, and Ben Mehl. Scenic design by Scott Bradley. Call 216 241 6000, or check the website.
    • A View from the Bridge 23 Oct.-1 Nov. by West Valley College Theatre Department, Studio Theatre, 14000 Fruitvale Avenue, Saratoga, CA. Co-directed by Amy Zsadanyi Yale & Laura Lowry. Call (408) 741-2058 or check the website.
    • A View from the Bridge 21 Oct.-21 Feb. Previews Oct. 21 and officially opens on November 12 at the Lyceum Theatre for an 18-week limited engagement. Directed by Ivo van Hove, with Mark Strong, Nicola Walker, Michael Gould, Emun Elliott, Phoebe Fox, Russell Tovey, and Luke Norris. Design and Light by Jan Versweyveld. Call 800 901 4092 or check the website.
    • Death of a Salesman 16 Oct.-7 Nov. by Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, 719 Race Street, Cincinnati, OH. Call 513 381 2273 or check the website.
    • The Crucible 16-18 Oct. by Creative Arts Theater, 15615 8th St Victorville, CA. Call 760-963-3236 or check the website.
    • All My Sons 9-18 Oct. by Department of Theatre and Drama at University of Michigan, in their Arthur Miller Theater, Ann Arbor, MI, as part of the university’s celebration of Miller’s Centenary. A special gala performance will be given on 9 Oct. see website for more information.
    • Broken Glass 6-24 Oct. by Westport Country Playhouse, 25 Powers Court, Westport, CT. Directed by Mark Lamos. Set design by Michael Yeargan. Call (203) 227-4177 or check the website. The theater is in the process of putting together a short educational YouTube film for those considering teaching the play, that will be available prior to the play's production. There will also be a talkback, moderated by David Kennedy, with Miller scholars Steve Marino and Sue Abbotson on Sunday 11 Oct. after the matinee performance.
    • Enemy of the People 8-31 Oct. by Octagon Theatre, Howell Croft South, Bolton, UK. Directed by David Thacker, with David Birrell, John Branwell, Barbara Drennan, Rob Edwards, Harry Long, John McArdle, Mac Small, David Nabil Stuart and Anna Wheatley. Call 01204 520661 or check the website.
    • All My Sons 15-25 October by Peace Mountain Players at Congregation Har Shalom, 11510 Falls Road, Potomac, MD. Directed by Laurie T. Freed, with Bill Hurlbut, Leah Mazade, Julie Janson, and Michael Sigler.  Call (301) 299-7087 or  E-mail for information.
    • A Memory of Two Mondays Sept/Oct. by Defibrillator Theatre, London, UK. Directed by Robert Hastie. Plans are to stage the play in a warehouse setting. Check the website for updates.
    • A View from the Bridge 9-17 Oct. by Fly By Night Productions, at Bijou Room, Five Flags Civic Center, W 4th St & Main St., Dubuque, IA. Call 563.582.6572 or check the website.
    • Death of a Salesman 2-11 Oct. by Classic Theatre Guild, at Proctors Theatre, Schnectady, NY. Call 518.227.0154 or check the website.
    • Death of a Salesman 8 Oct.—22 Nov. in Yiddish, with English supertitles by the New Yiddish Repertory at Theater Castillo Theater, 543 West 42nd Street, Clinton, NY. Directed by Lester Thomas Shane, with Avi Hoffman, Daniel Kahn, Lev Herskovitz, Suzanne Toren, and Shane Baker. Tickets go on sale Aug. 15th. Call (212) 941-1234, or check their website. Though drawing on the 1951 Joseph Buloff translation--Toyt fun a Salesman--this is a new, more expansive translation.
    • The Creation of the World and Other Business 7-11 Oct. by UNK Theatre, at University of Nebraska Kearney, 2506 12th Avenue, Kearney, NE. Call (308) 865-8417 or check the website.
    • All My Sons 24 Sept.-17 Oct. at the Emlyn Williams Theatre at Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Mold, Wales. Directed by Kate Wasserberg, with Ian Burfield, Sian Howard, Simon Holland Roberts, Catrin Aaron, and Matthew Bulgo.  Set design by Mark Bailey. Call 01352 701521 or check the website.
    • The Last Yankee 1 Oct- 7 Nov. by Rapture Theater, Glasgow, Scotland, UK. Touring studio venues from Inverness to Selkirk. See their website for more details, or call 07751048405. Directed by Michael Emans. Set Design by Lisa Sangster. The Last Yankee will also be part of the 2015 Mental Health Arts and Film Festival.
    • The Crucible 1-4 Oct. by Creative Arts Theater, 15615 8th St., Victorville, CA. Call 760-963-3236 or check the website.
    • A View from the Bridge previews 3 Sept., opening 8 Sept. and running to 24 Oct. at Gate Theatre, Cavendish Row, Parnell Square, Dublin, Ireland (also as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival: 24 Sept.-10 Oct.). Directed by Joe Dowling with Scott Aiello, Lauren Coe, Peter Coonan, John Cronin, Malcolm Douglas, Dermot Maggenis, Niamh McCann, Terry O’Neill, Joey Phillips, Kevin Shackleton, and Stephen Swift. Set design by Beowulf Boritt. There will also be festival events around the centenary of Miller’s birth. Call +353 1 874 4045 / 874 6042 or check the website.
    • A View from the Bridge 25 Sept.-18 Oct. by Seattle Repertory Theatre at at the Bagley Wright Theatre, 155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA. Directed by Braden Abraham, with Mark Zeisler, Leonard Kelly-Young, Kirsten Potter, Amy Danneker, Frank Boyd, and Brandon O’Neill. Call  (206) 443-2222 or check the website.
    • Death of a Salesman 25 Sept.-3 Oct. by Morpheus Theatre, 3512 – 5th Avenue NW, Calgary, AB, Canada. Directed by Mike Johnson. Call 403-246-2999 or check the website.
    • All My Sons by Theatre on the Bay, University of Wisconsin-Marinette, WI. Directed by Rebecca Stone Thornberry. Currently in auditions. (Sept.)
    • Death of a Salesman 18 Sept. 11 Oct. by The Ensemble Theatre, 2843 Washington Blvd. Cleveland Hts., OH. Directed by Celeste Cosentino, with Keith Stevens, Greg White, Mary Alice Beck, Johnathon Jackson, Joseph Milan, and Steven Hood. Call 216.321.2930 or check the website.
    • An Enemy of the People 30 Sept.-4 Oct. by Theater Department at Appalachian State University, 287 Rivers St, Boone, NC. Call 828-262-3063 or check the website.
    • All My Sons 18 Sept. -4 Oct. by Bloomington Civic Theatre, 1800 W Old Shakopee Rd, Bloomington, MN. Call (952) 563-8575 or check the website.
    • The Crucible 18 Sept.-4 Oct. by Pec Playhouse Theatre, 314 Main St, Pecatonica, IL. Call (815) 239-1210 or check the website.
    • All My Sons12 Sept.-4 Oct. by People’s Light and Theatre Company, on Leonard C. Haas Stage, 39 Conestoga Road, Malvern, PA. Directed by Kamilah Forbes, with Michael Genet, Melanye Finister, Ruffin Prentiss, Margaret Ivey, and Akeem Davis. Set design by Troy Hourie. All African-American cast. Call 610.644.3500 or check the website.
    • The Crucible 1-3 Oct. by Conspire Isis Theatre Company at the Gladstone Marina, Gladstone, Queensland, Australia. Directed by Natisha Strudwick, with Natisha Strudwick. The setting will be a remote Australian religious community.
    • The Crucible 16 Sept. and 30 Sept. at 7.30, presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department and staged in a reader's theatre format (in Cantonese) by the Hong Kong Federation of Drama Societies at the Exhibition Gallery of Sha Tin Town Hall, Hong Kong. Directed by Luther Fung, with Yip Chun, Lai Yuk-ching, Pang Hang-ying, Luther Fung, Gladys Wong, Ida Leung, Sun Wai-keung, Sheung Ming-fai, Chan Suk-yi, Barry Chan and Ko Hon-man. Call 2268 7325 or check the website.
    • The Crucible 10 Sept.-24 October at Royal Exchange Theatre, St. Ann’s Square, Manchester, UK. Directed by Caroline Steinbeis, with Jonjo O’Neill, Ria Zmitrowicz, Rachel Redford, Matti Houghton, Tim Steed, Stephen Kennedy, and Peter Guinness. Set design by Max Jones. Call 0161 833 9833 or check the website.
    • The Price 10 Sept.–4 Oct. by Jewel Theatre Company, at Center Stage, 1001 Center Street, Santa Cruz, CA. Directed by Joy Carlin, with Nancy Carlin, Arje Shaw, Rolf Saxon and Victor Talmadge. Set design by Kent Dorsey. Call (831) 425-7506 or check the website.
    • The Price 18 Aug.-22 Nov. by TimeLine Theatre, 615 W. Wellington, Chicago, IL. Directed by Louis Contey, with Mike Nussbaum, Kymberly Mellen, Roderick Peeples and Bret Tuomi (Terry Hamilton replaces Tuomi beginning October 21). Stage design by Brian Sidney Bembridge. Call 773 281 8463 or check the website.

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