1999 Productions

This is not an exhaustive list, but lists all of the productions that came to the attention of the Miller Society during this year. We list professional, semi-professional, community and college productions, but do not include High School productions.

    •    Broken Glass 19 Nov.-18 Dec. Actors Theatre of San Francisco, 533 Sutter Street, Union Square, CA presents the Bay Area premiere of the play. Directed by Robert Elross. Tickets: $20 Box office: (415) 296-9179. Read a review.
    •    The Price The Williamstown production of The Price will open in New York at the Royale Theater on Nov. 15, with previews starting Oct. 29th. The opening preview night is a benefit for the Signature Theater. James Naughton directs. viewoperachicago1999
    •    A View From the Bridge new opera version by William Bolcom, libretto by Arthur Miller and Arnold Weinstein. Conducted by Dennis Russell Davies, directed by Frank Galati at Lyric Opera House, Chicago. Oct-5th through Nov.
    •    All My Sons at The Shaw Festival Theatre, August 13 to October 31 at Niagara-On-The-Lake, Ontario. Call (905) 468-2172 or 1-800-511-7429 for the Box Office or check the website.
    •    Two Way Mirror 28 Sept.-2 Oct. at The Old Fire Station Theatre, Oxford, England.
    •    Broken Glass The BBC World Service will broadcast a two-hour radio version of Miller’s Broken Glass in two episodes In August. Henry Goodman, Ken Stott and Margot Leicester star in a two part radio version of a production first mounted at Britain’s Royal National Theatre. Director: David Thacker. In the United States, this performance should air on Saturday, August 14 and on Saturday, August 21, 1999.

Henry Goodman and Margot Leicester as the Gellburgs in Broken Glass

    •    All My Sons. St. Louis Shakespeare Company, St. Louis, Missouri. July – August, 1999.
    •    The Crucible. Haddonfield Plays and Players, Haddonfield, New Jersey. September – October, 1999.
    •    The Crucible. Main Street Theatre Works, Sutter Creek, California. September – October, 1999.
•     Death of a Salesman. The Carrollwood Players, North Tampa, Florida. June 4-26, 1999.
•     Death of a Salesman. Winner of four 1999 Tony Awards (Best Revival, Best Actor, Best Actress, and Best Director), this fiftieth anniversary production is currently running at the Eugene O’Neill theater on Broadway. Directed by Robert Falls, and starring Brian Dennehy, Kevin Anderson, and Elizabeth Franz, this production was premiered at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago on Sept. 28, 1998.

Brian Dennehy as Willy Loman in 1999 Broadway revival of Death of a Salesman

    •    The Price. Williamstown Theater Festival, Main Stage, Williamstown, MA. Dir. James Naughton. Aug. 18-29 at 8pm, with 2pm matinees Thurs. and Sun., 4pm Sat. Call Box Office 413 597 3400, or information line 413 597 3399. Prior to June 9th mail in ticket sales have priority: Box Office, Williamstown Theater Festival, PO Box 517, Williamstown, MA 01267-0517. Prices $23-37. Website.


The Price at the Williamstown Theater Festival

•    A View From the Bridge. Town Players of Pittsfield at Robert Boland Theater, Berkshire Community College, Pittsfield, MA. Dir. Ed Dignum. May 14, 15, 21, and 22 at 8pm. Call 413 443 9279, or check website.

A View from the Bridge at Raven Theatre, 1999