2001 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.

  • Playing for Time by Aberystwyth University Department of Theatre, Film and Television Studies from December 10th – 13th 2001. For booking information please check out their website in the ‘what’s new’ section).focus
  • Focus from 10th October in NYC and L.A., with a wider distribution in later weeks, based on Miller’s book and released by Paramount Classics.  Directed by Neal Slavin, screenplay by Kendrew Lascelles, edited by Tariq Anwar.  Starring William H. Macy, Laura Dern, Meat Loaf Aday, David Paymer.  Check out the website to see a trailer.
  • The Creation of The World and Other Business at The Theater at Riverside Church from September 28 to October 21.
  • Death of a Salesman at Leicester Haymarket Theatre, Leicester, UK.  Previews are 5th and 9th October, and the play will run from October 10-27th. For details contact box office at 0044 (0) 116253 9797 or make a reservation on their website.
  • A View from the Bridge Attic Theatre, UW-Fox Valley Communication Arts Center, 1478 Midway RD, Menasha, WI. Call 920-734-7887 or check the website.
  • All My Sons at The Royal National Theatre, South Bank, London, SE1 9PX, in the Lyttelton Theatre.  Played in repertoire August 7th to October 6th.  Directed by Howard Davies and starring Laurie Metcalf, James Hazeldine, Ben Daniels, Nigel Cooke, Charles Edwards, Alexander Green, Aaron Johnson, Beverley Longhurst, Adam O’Sullivan, Madeleine Potter, Harriet Thorpe and Stewart Wright.  This is a return of the sell-out 2000 production. For more information go to National Theatre or phone (UK) 020 7452 3000.

    All My Sons at the National Theatre with James Hazeldine
  • The Last Yankee by Chicago Equity Theater Group, at the Victory Gardens Theatre, 2257 N. Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, IL, July 19th – August 19.  Shows Thurs, Fri, and Sat. at 8.30, Sun at 3.30.  Call box office 773 871 3000 for tickets, $22.  Starring Roslyn Alexander, Sam Perry, Jim Poole, and Cheryl Ross Mitchell. Directed by Michael Colucci.  Also Broken Glass, Aug. 30th – Sept 30th.  Shows Thur, Fri, Sat 8:30 pm – Sun 3:30 pm $22. Starring Marjorie Bransfield, Michael Colucci, David Wesley Cooper, Laura Donnelly, Jan Ellen Graves and Philip Wasik. Directed by Michael Colucci.  These plays are part of the Arthur Miller Retrospective by The Actors Workshop Theatre and these are Chicago premieres of both plays.   For more information about the Miller Retrospective and/or Actors Workshop Theatre contact: (312) 337-6602, or e-mail Michael Colucci.

    Susan Rome and Edward Gero in Ride Down Mt. Morgan by Theatre J
  • The Ride Down Mt. Morgan by Theater J, May 16-June 17 at the Jewish Community Center’s Cecile Goldman Theater, Morris Cafritz Center for the Arts, Irwin P. Edlavitch Building, 1529 16th Street, NW, Washington DC.  Tickets $15-27.  Call 1 800 494 TIXS.  Directed by Leigh Silverman.  With Edward Gero, Paula Gruskiewicz, Lakesha Harrison, Rana Kay, Susan Rome and Thomas Adrian Simpson.
  • Broken Glass by West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds, England. May 4-June 9th.  Call +44 113 243 6553 for information, or write to West Yorkshire Playhouse, Playhouse Square, Quarry Hill, Leeds, LS 2 7UP, UK.
  • The Man Who Had All the Luck by Williamstown Theater Festival., July 18-29 at Adams Memorial Theater, 1000 MAin Street, Williamstown, MA.  Williamstown are producing the first major revival of Miller’s first Broadway play, directed by Scott Ellis.  Tickets will become available by phone on June 6th, prior to that mail orders only.  Mailing address is Williamstown Theater Festival, P.O. Box 517, Williamstown, MA 01267-0517, phone is 413 597 3400.  Call 413 597 3399 for more information or go to www.WTFestival.org. Prices range from $28-43.

    Scenes from The Man Who Had All the Luck at Williamstown Theatre Festival
  • Untitled by Grove Street Playhouse, Tues-Sun. May 1-6th at 8pm.  Grove Street Playhouse, 39 Grove Street, New York City (half a block west of Sheridan Square).  Call 718 728 7908 for reservations.  This is the American premier of an unpublished work by Miller, by special arrangement with Miller.  This short play was created in honor of Våclav Havel’s receipt of the Erasmus Prize while he was still in prison.  It will be performed alongside Havel’s The Vanek Plays.  For further information or interviews, please contact co-artistic Director David Robinson, who discovered the play, at (732) 548 3905, or e-mail i-589@mindspring.com
  • A View From The Bridge by the MBIS Players Tues Mar. 13, at Buda Intenational Stage, Tarogato Utca 2-4, Budapest.
  • Death of a Salesman by the Garden Suburb Theatre May 17-19, at Institute Theatre, Central Square, London, NW 11.  Director Robert Jayes.  Call 0207 723 6609  or check out the website for more details
  • The Crucible by Dean College Theatre up to March 3, at Dean College Center for the Performing Arts, School Street, Franklin, MA.  Phone 508 541 1667.
  • Creation of the World and Other Business by the Port City Playhouse group Feb.16-Mar.3, 2001, at Career Center Stage, T.C.Williams HS, 3330 King Street, Alexandria, VA.  Call 703 824 5619, FAX 703 578 7090. Or e-mail sialy@saic.com for more details.
  • The Price at The Laguna Playhouse January 2-February 4, 2001.  Richard Stein, Executive Director.  The Laguna Playhouse, P.O. Box 1747, Laguna Beach CA 92652, 949-497-2787 x 208   FAX 376-8185.  For more information check out their website.