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.
The Crucible December 1-10 by Teen Repertory Company at Oddfellows Playhouse,128 Washington Street , Middletown. For more information call (860) 347-6143 or email.
The Price 21st Nov. (Friday) at 8pm in the Alex and Faye Spanos Theatre by A Noise Within, at Cal Poly Arts with Len Lesser. See website for details.
Death of a Salesman 17th – 26th November by the Guild of Norwich Players at Maddermarket, Norwich, UK. Performances at 7.30PM , on 26th additional perf. at 2.30PM and on 22nd – after show discussion. TICKETS £9 & £7 . Check website for more information: Phone 01603 620917
The Crucible 4-20 Nov. by Scottsdale Community Players and Greasepaint Scottsdale Theatre, at Stagebrush Theatre, 7020 N. Second St., Scottsdale, AZ. Directed by D. Scott Withers. For Tickets: (480) 990-7405.
All My Sons September 29 – November 5 by Denver Center Theater Company, Colorado. With David Furr, Jeanne Paulsen, Mike Hartman and Rachel Fowler.
The Crucible opening 4 Nov. at Theater an der Marschnerstrasse, Hamburg, Germany. Directed by Lars Ceglecki.
The Price 21 Oct – 19 Nov at the The Library Theatre, Manchester, UK. Go to their website for more details and ticket info.
The Ride Down Mt. Morgan July 30 thru October 8th at The Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum, 1419 N. Topanga Canyon Blvd., Topanga CA. Directed by Heidi Helen Davis, with Ellen Geer, Willow
Geer, WIlliam Dennis Hunt, Stephen Macht, Melora Marshall and Earnestine Phillips. Saturday evenings at 8 pm: July 30 (opening night); Aug. 6, 13, 20, 27; Sept 3, 10, 17 & 24 Sunday evenings at 7:30 pm: July 31; Aug. 7, 14, 21, 28; Sept 4. Saturday matinees at 3 pm: October 1, 8. Pre-show discussion Sunday, August 7 at 6:30 pm. Call (310) 455-3723 or check the website. Ticket prices: Adults: $15 and $25; Seniors, Students, Equity:? $12 and $15; Children (6-12): $8; Children 5 and under: free. The outdoor amphitheater at The Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum is terraced into the hillside of the rustic canyon. Audience members are advised to dress casually (warmly for evenings) and bring cushions for bench seating. The Botanicum Cafe operates on the grounds, and picnickers are welcome before or after the performance.
The Crucible 17 Sept.-22 Oct. by SF Playhouse, 533 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA. Directed by Bill English, with Kevin Carrick, Lauren English, Janna Sobel, Robert Parnell, Susi Damilano, and Tony Davis. Scenic Design by Bill English. Call (415) 677-9596 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 29 Sept.–14 Oct. by Seoul Institute of the Arts, at Dongnang Arts Center, Korea. The play is planned to commemorate the 43rd anniversary for the Arts Center which is affiliated to the institute and the 100th birthday of the late Yu Chi-jin, founder of the institute and the nation’s first amphitheater. Directed by Jang Jin with Jeon Mu-song, Jeon Yang-ja, and Park Sang-won. Shin Gu will be art director. Tickets are 40,000 won. For info call: (02) 756-0822
The Price 2 Sept-Oct 9th at Aurora Theatre, 2081 Addison St., Berkeley, CA. $38, $28 previews, $45 opening night. (510) 843-4822. Previews 8 p.m. Friday-Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday of the opening week. Directed by Joy Carlin.
The Crucible (Ward Opera) Sept. 10-25 by Opera San José, in the the newly renovated California Theatre. Anthony Quartuccio will conduct; Timothy Near is the director.
Death of a Salesman 4 Sept.-16 Oct. by The Hypocrites, Athenaeum Theatre, 2936 N. Southport, Chicago, IL. Directed by Sean Graney, with Bill McGough, Donna McGough, Rob McLean, and Ryan Bollettino. Set design by Sean Graney & Jim Moore. Call 872.205.6525 or check the website.
The Ride Down Mount Morgan in the Fall by The Milford Area Players at the Amato Family Performing Arts Center at the Boys and Girls Club of Souhegan Valley, Route 13 North, Milford. To be directed by Robin LaCroix. For more information check the website.
The Crucible Sept. by OnStage Playhouse, 291 Third Avenue, Chula Vista, CA. Directed by Marjorie Mae Treger, with David J Kelso, Christopher T. Miller, Rett Becker, G. Lorenzo Crosby, Cassi Jerkins, Summer Spence, and Vicky Truscott. Call (619) 422-7787 or check the website.
All My Sons 2 June-2 Sept. 2016 by Geffen Playhouse, 10886 Le Conte Avenue, Los Angeles, CA. Directed by Randall Arney, with Len Cariou, Laurie Metcalf, and Neil Patrick Harris. Call 310.208.5454 or check the website.
All My Sons 16 Sept.-1 Oct. by The Footlight Club, in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts. Friday’s and Saturday’s only, to purchase tickets please visit the website or call the box office at (617) 524-3200. For more information about the show, please visit the website or e-mail.
The Pricebeginning August 25th by Kitchen Theatre Company which is located in the historic Clinton House, a renovated hotel in Downtown Ithaca, NY. For more information about Kitchen Theatre Company, visit their website.
The Crucible 18 August-4 Sept. by Bad Monkey Productions at the Chamber Theater, fourth floor, Odd Fellows Hall, 915 E. Pine St., Seattle, WA. Directed by Jennessa Richert, with La’Chris Jordan, Elissa Walstead, Andrew Clawson and Mark Burke. For more information, check the website.
A View From the Bridge, opening 28 July at the Gate Theatre in Dublin. Chris Meloni leads an all-Irish cast, directed by Mark Brokaw.
All My Sons, 17-20 Aug. by The Walworth County Autonomous Collective of Thespians at Delavan-Darien High School, 150 Cummings St., Delavan, WI. Performances at 7 p.m. Wed and Fri., and 2 and 7 p.m. Saturday. Admission is free, but donations are welcome.
All My Sons in Rep. through Aug. 16 at Oak Park Festival Theatre in Austin Gardens Park, Forest north of Lake, Oak Park, Chicago. Tickets: $20. Phone: (708) 445-4440.
Death of a Salesman through August 28, by The Denver Repertory Theater.
All My Sons 24 July- 1 Oct. at Actors Workshop Theatre, 1044 W. Bryn Mawr Ave., Chicago. Directed by (and starring) Michael Colucci, with Jan Ellen Graves, Jason Daniels, and Marisa Sanders. Phone: ( 773 ) 728-7529; $20
All My Sons 13-23 July by The River Repertory, a professional Summer Stock company based in New York at the historical Ivoryton Playhouse in Essex, CT. Please visit their website for more information.
View from the Bridge by the New Surry Theater, July 28-30 and August 4-6 at 7:30 p.m. at Ellsworth High School Auditorium. Directed by Bill Raiten, with Herb Mitchell and Ralph Chapman. Tickets: $15-$12 More info: 374-5556
The Crucible (Ward opera) opening July 8th in rep. through 6 Aug., by Utah Festival Opera Company, in Logan’s Ellen Eccles Theatre, 43 S. Main. Directed by Jack Shouse, conducted by Karen Keltner, with Kristopher Irmiter as John Proctor, Carla Rae Cook as Elizabeth Proctor, Joy Hermalyn as Abigail, Lori Brown Miribal as Tituba and Daniel Cole as Reverend Hale. Tickets are $17 to $55; call 1-800-262-0074 or visit website for a schedule.
All My Sons 15 July-7 Aug. by Shadowland Theatre, 157 Canal St, Ellenville, NY 12428. Performances on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 8:00pm, and Sunday at 2:00pm. Directed by Brendan Burke with Richard Benjamin and Paula Prentiss. Box Office: 845-647-5511 or check website for more details.
The Archbishop’s Ceiling 6-23 July by the Vineyard Playhouse, 24 Church St., Vineyard Haven, on Martha’s Vineyard, MA. Peformances at 4 pm and 8 pm on Tues.?Sat. Directed by Joann Green Breuer. Reserved seating: $35 adults, $30 seniors and students, $20 children. Previews/matinees: $20. 508-696-6300.
All My Sons 9-16 July by Chautauqua Theater, Buffalo, NY. Directed by Ethan McSweeney with Lisa Harrow. Stuart Margolin, Charles Semine and Amy Ellenberger. Tickets $23.
Death of a Salesman July 7-10, 16-17 and 21-22 at 8 p.m. by Waterfront Theatre on Lake Street, Burlington, VT. Directed by Wayne Martens, who also plays Willy Loman, with Grace Kiley as Linda. Tickets are $16; call (802) 862-7469 (862-SHOW), or go online.
All My Sons April 10th thru July 9th at various times. Part of the Alabama Shakespeare Festival’s 2005 repertory season, based at One Festival Drive, Montgomery, AL 36117. On the Octagon Stage. Local box office: 334 271 5353 or call 1800 841 4273 for tickets or more information. Directed by Michael Evan Haney, with Rodney Clark and Greta Lambert . Eve. Perfs. at 7.30, matinees at 2pm. Visit website for more details as to exact dates of performance. Tickets range from $14.99 for previews to $34.99 for rest of the run.
All My Sons 22-25 June by Summer Circle Theatre, run by MSU Department of Theatre, East Lansing, MI. Call (517) 355-6690 for more information. Shows on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 8 p.m. Admission is free, although donations are suggested. Lawn and bleacher seating are first-come, first-served. Early arrival is recommended. Blankets and folding chairs (for lawn seating) and insect repellent are also recommended. A variety of refreshments will be sold on site. Performances are almost never cancelled because of weather. For more information check their website.
A View from the Bridge 20 May-26 June by South Coast Repertory, 655 Town Center Drive in Costa Mesa CA, on the company’s Segerstrom Stage. Directed by Martin Benson, with Richard Doyle, Daisy Eagan, Hal Landon Jr., Elizabeth Ruscio, Anthony Cistaro, David Barry Gray, Mark Brown, Jay Michael Fraley, Preston Maybank, Martha McFarland, Darin Singleton, Sal Viscuso, Alejandro Lara, Samer T. Marei and M.S. Cliff E. Threadgold. Tickets: $19-$56 (Previews $19-$47, Regular Run $27-$56). Performance Times: Tuesday-Friday at 8pm, Saturday at 2:30 & 8 pm, Sunday at 2:30 & 7:30 pm. Pay-What-You-Will Performance: Saturday, May 28, at 2:30 pm. “Inside the Season,” a discussion class about the production process: June 18 at 10:30 pm, tickets are $10. For tickets call (714) 708-5555 or buy online.
All My Sons May 12-June 4 by Cape Rep Indoor Theater, Route 6A, Brewster, MA, at 8 p.m., Thursday-Saturday, and 2 p.m. Sunday May 22 and 29, tickets $18; $16 members; $12 for 21 and under, 508-896-1888.
Death of a Salesman 10th May for six months the 1999 production starring Brian Dennehy and directed by Robert Falls, is going to the West End, to the Lyric Theater. It will feature the original design team and three other members of the American cast – Allen Hamilton, Steve Pickering and Howard Witt – as well as British actors Clare Higgins and Douglas Henshall.
Broken Glass on April 8, 9 and 10 and May 20, 21 and 22, by THEATER VOICES at Steamer #10 Theatre, 500 Western Ave., Albany, NY; call 439-6404 with questions.
Death of A Salesman April 23-24 and May 6-7 and 13-14 by Off Square Theatre Company in the Mainstage Theatre, upstairs in the Pink Garter Plaza, 50 W. Broadway, JACKSON, WY at 7:30 p.m. Director Peter Lesnik. All seats are $25 on opening night; tickets for all other performances are $10 for students, $15 for senior citizens and $18 for adults. Info: (307) 733-3670.
The Ride Down Mt. Morgan May 11-15 Richard Masur directs Marsha Mason as part of California’s L.A. Theatre Works nationally syndicated radio theatre series “The Play’s The Thing” which is performed live at the Skirball Cultural Center. All performances are recorded for future broadcast to cities including Boston, Seattle, Santa Fe as well as on XM Satellite radio. The two-hour radio broadcasts include special backstage features and interviews with actors, playwrights, and directors. The L.A. Theatre Works Audio Theatre Collection is available in bookstores, libraries, through their catalog, digitally on audible.com, and on the L.A. Theatre Works website. For tickets to any of “The Play’s The Thing” series productions at the Skirball Cultural Center, 2701 N. Sepulveda Boulevard, in L.A., CA, call the L.A. Theatre Works’ Box Office at (310) 827-0889. For more information, visit the website.
The Ride Down Mt. Morgan April 22-May 14 by the Modesto’s Prospect Theater Project, 520 Scenic Drive, Modesto. Tickets $12. Call 549-9341 for more information or go to the website.
All My Sons April 15-May 1st at Schoolhouse Arts Center, Route 114 in Sebago Lake Village, OR. 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays; 2 p.m. Sundays. Tickets: $14 adults, $12 seniors and students. Call 642-3743.
All My Sons April 14-24 at Crossroads, which is part of the State Theater of New Jersey complex: 120 Albany St., New Brunswick, NJ. Directed by Samuel E. Wright with Meena T. Jahi. Tickets are $45. For more information, call 732-246-7469. Taking place during Desert Storm era, the play features an interracial cast.
The Ride Down Mount Morgan 1-24th April by 12 Miles West Theatre Company, 562 Bloomfield Ave., Bloomfield NJ. (NJ premier as part of its Main Stage series). Director Lenny Bart with Gloria Falzer, Bill Joachim, Valerie Stack-Dodge, Lisa Ann Goldsmith, Al H. Mohrmann, and Andrea Scott. A special “Meet the Artists” reception will be held following the performance on Friday, April 1, opening night. Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. with a matinee on Sundays at 3 p.m. Tickets are $25, general admission; $20 for students and senior citizens over age 62. Box office (973) 259-9187, or check website for more details.
View From a Bridge, April 27 – April 30 at Randolph-Macon College Richmond, VA. Wed-Sat. only at 8 p.m. $5. Call 752 7316.
The Last Yankee (with “74 Georgia Avenue”) March 30-April 17 by the Jewish Ensemble Theatre Company at the Aaron DeRoy Theater, 6600 W. Maple, West Bloomfield, NJ. Staged Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Tickets: $25 – $37. Call 248-788-2900 or check the website.
The Crucible March 11-April 12, at Pentacle Theatre, 324 52nd Ave. NW, Salem, OR. Check website for more information.
Death of a Salesman 6-21 May Chevy Chase Players at Chevy Chase Comunity Center, 5601 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Washington, DC. Directed by Ed Starr, with Lou Pangaro, Leah Mazade, Stan Rosen, and Gary Lawhorne. Check the website for more information.
Incident at Vichy a special play reading at The Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Ashland, OR. 10:00 a.m. Friday, April 8 in the Angus Bowmer Theatre. Tickets are $8.00 for adults and $6.00 for members & youth, reserved seating only. Visit the website for tickets or call (541) 482-, visit the Box Office at 15 South Pioneer Street, Ashland, OR.
Death of a Salesman at Gaslight Theater, Hallowell, ME. 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 31; 8 p.m. Friday, April 1, and Saturday, April 2. Tickets: $8 adults, $6 seniors and students. Call 626-3698.
All My Sons, a TheatreWorks production, plays Tues. at 7:30pm, Weds-Fri. at 8pm, Sat. at 2pm and 8pm and Sun. at 2 and 7pm through March 28 at the Lucie Stern Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Rd., Palo Alto. Tickets are $20-$48. (650.903.6000).
The Crucible 22 Feb.-20 March at Alley Theatre in Houston, TX Call (713) 228-8421 for more information.
Death of a Salesman opens Mar. 31st at Capitol Hill Arts Center. Check the website.
Death of a Salesman In rotating repertory Jan. 20th through March 24. Hilberry Theatre, 4743 Cass Ave, Detroit. $15-$22. 8 p.m. Fri., 2 & 8 p.m. Sat. 313-577-2972. For more information try www.theatre.wayne.edu/t_hilberry.html.
A View From the Bridge by The Department of Theatre Arts at the University of Oregon for three weekends, opens February 25 through March 12, directed by Jeffrey D. Mason. For details, visit the website.
An Enemy of the People through March 5th by Taproot Theatre 204 N. 85th St., Seattle. Tickets are $19-$29, 25 and under $15, students and seniors $2 discounts, students and seniors half price 15 minutes before curtain; 206-781-9707. Directed by Scott Nolte, with Terry Edward Moore and Marquam Krantz.
The Price by Arizona Jewish Theatre Company. Saturday-Feb. 27. 8 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays, 2 and 7 p.m. Sundays. Playhouse on the Park, Viad Corporate Center, 1850 N. Central Ave. (at Palm Lane). $27-$29. Details: (602) 264-0402.
After the Fall March 3-5th by Keene State College’s theater department at the Main Theatre of the Redfern Art Center. Directed by Dan Patterson with Casey Gallagher, and Shannon Sexton. This version opens with Quentin flat-lining after having a heart attack, and the action of the play is perceived as play Quentin looking back over his life while deciding whether he wants to live or die.
A View from the Bridge 21 Jan -26 Feb by Actors Theatre of San Francisco, Stage II, 533 Sutter, San Francisco. Call 296-9179, or check website for tickets, priced $10-40. Thurs. thru Sat at 8pm, Sun. at 7pm. Directed by Jennifer Welch, with Scott Agar Jaicks, Caitlyn Louchard, Daniel Hart Donoghue, Randy Sawyer, Ian Hirsch, and Ann Hopkins.
The Crucible shows at 7 p.m. Fridays-Sundays through Feb. 13 in the Lamplighters Theatre, 141119 Old Nashville Highway, Smyrna, 459-3421. Adults $7, students $5.
All My Sons Arthur Miller’s classic shows at 7 pm Thursday, 8 pm Friday and 2 pm Saturday at the Roxy Theatre, 100 Franklin St., Clarksville, TN. Call for Tickets: (931) 645-7699. $7.50.
A View from the Bridge (Bolcom opera version) Indiana University Opera Theater on February 4-5, 11-12 at 8pm, and are preceded by free Informances at 7 p.m. on the mezzanine level. Directed by Vince Liotta, with William Lumpkin conducting and original sets designed by Robert O’Hearn. Tickets are on sale now at the Musical Arts Center Box Office, open Monday through Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; at all TicketMaster outlets; by phone through TicketMaster at 812-333-9955; and online. More information about the IU Opera Theater can be found on the website, or call (812) 855-7433.
The Crucible beginning Feb. 11th by The Winni Players, the community theatre branch of the Winnipesaukee Playhouse, in Laconia, NH. Directed by Neil Pankhurst, with Jim Rogato, Jennifer Simon, Natalie Moser, and Wil Robertson. Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for seniors and students and can be reserved by calling the box office at 366-7377. Performances are February 11-12, 18-19 at 7 p.m. and February 13 and 20 at 2 p.m.
After the Fall 14 Jan.-6 Feb. at Alley Theatre in Houston, TX, on the Hubbard Stage. Part of a two-play celebration of Miller’s upcoming 90th birthday–see also The Crucible running later this year. Directed by Gregory Boyd with James Black, Josie de Guzman, Melissa Hart and Kate Shindle. To engage the community and further recognize the contributions that Miller has made to the arts, the Alley has organized a number of events at Houston’s major arts institutions and museums including two film screenings at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston of Miller’s The Misfits (starring Marilyn Monroe) and Death of a Salesman (starring Dustin Hoffman), a seven-week course with discussions and group attendance of the two productions organized by the Jung Center of Houston, and a free discussion led by local scholars at the Holocaust Museum Houston–see events section below for more details. Audience members are also invited to attend a pre-show discussion led by a member of the Alley artistic staff prior to each Sunday matinee performance. Discussions begin at 1:45 p.m. and take place in the Plaza Studio conveniently located near the Hubbard Stage Lobby. Performances begin at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday evening performances of After the Fall on January 25 and February 1 will be followed by a post-performance Talk-Back with the cast of the production. The audience is encouraged to stay for these discussions, which occur immediately following the 7:30 p.m. performance. There will be an audio-described and open-captioned performance of After the Fall at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, February 6. Tickets tothe play can be purchased through the website, or at the Alley Theatre Box Office, 615 Texas Ave., or by calling 713/228-8421. Tickets to performances range from $19-$52 with $19 “Cheap Thrills” tickets available for Sunday and Tuesday evening performances.
Death of a Salesman Jan. 16-Feb. 27 at Artists Repertory Theatre in Portland, OR. Performances are at 7 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday plus 2 and 7 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $15-$35. The theater is at 1516 S.W. Alder St. Call 503-241-1278. Directed by Jon Kretzu, with Allen Nause, Linda Williams Janke, Bruce Blanchard, Ryan Lee, and Ted Schulz. Set design by Lawrence Larsen.
The Crucible Empere Troupe’s staging of the play opens Friday 14th Jan. at Bedlam Theater, 514 1/2 Cedar Ave., Mpls. MN. Directed by Maxine Klein with Claire Sather, Robert Larsen, and Steven Peterson. 7:30 p.m. Fri.-Sun. $12-$15. 952-953-7094.
The American Clock 9 January-6 February by Actors Workshop Theatre, 1044 W. Bryn Mawr, Chicago, IL 60660. Phone 773 728 PLAY. Directed and designed by Jan Ellen Graves, and featuring Tom McElroy as narrator Arthur Robertson and the AWT ensemble portraying 50+ roles, including Jason Daniels, and Rebekka James.
All My Sons Jan 20-22nd at 7 pm Thursday Jan 20th and 8 pm Friday and Saturday at the Roxy Theatre, 100 Franklin St., Clarksville, TN.
The Crucible in mid. January by Take II Drama Club at Sussex Tech., Georgetown. Directed by Jonathan Lee, with Stacy Pounsberry, Lindsey Botdorf and Sydney Dodd. Performances will be today through Saturday at 7 p.m. in the old Sussex Central High School, on 301 W. Market St. in Georgetown. Admission is $5, $3 for college and high-school students.
Death of a Salesman Jan 14-Feb 5 at Very Little Theatre, 2350 Hilyard St. Eugene, OR. Tickets $12, call 344-7751. Directed by Steven Speidel.
The Crucible in April by NoVa Woodbridge Theatre Group, North Virginia Community College, 15200 Neabsco Mills Road, Woodbridge, VA.
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