2010 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.

  • All My Sons 10 Nov.-18 Dec. (extended) at Everyman Theater, 1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD. Directed by Vincent Lancisi, with Carl Schurr, Clinton Brandhagen, Deborah Hazlett, and Beth Hylton. Performances Wednesday through Sunday.  For tickets, call 410-752-2208 or check the website for more information.
  • All My Sons 9-11 Dec. by CSU’s Theater Department, at the University Center for the Arts, 1400 Remington St., Fort Collins, Colorado. Performances at 8 p.m. Tickets are $18 ($9 for CSU students). Call (970) 491-ARTS (2787) or check the website for more information.
  • The Crucible 19 Nov.-10 Dec. by Insurgo Theater Movement, Bastard Theater, 900 E. Karen Ave., Las Vegas, NV. Directed by Daneal Doerr, with Ernie Curcio, Stacia Zinkevich, Breon Jenay, Brandon McClenahan, Michael Drake, Dave Surratt, and Nicole Unger. Set design by Denda Brink. Tickets $15-20, call 702.771.7331 or check the website for more information.

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    Poster for Insurgo Theater Movement’s The Crucible
  • The Crucible 18 Nov.-5 Dec. by Florida Southern College’s Department of Theatre Arts in the Loca Lee Buckner Theatre. Directed by James F. Beck. Performances on Nov. 18, 19, 20 at 7:30 pm; Nov. 21 at 2:30 pm, Dec. 2, 3, 4 at 7:30 pm; and Dec. 5 at 2:30 pm. Tickets $15, call 863-680-4296, or check the website for more information.

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    Rehearsing for Creation of the World and other Business at CCRI
  • The Creation of the World and Other Business 2-5 Dec. by the CCRI Players, Knight Campus, 400 East Ave., Warwick, RI. Directed by Theodore R. Clement, with Laura Minadeo, Edward Warren, Jeffrey Daluz, and Alexander Rotella. Set design by Luke Sutherland. Performances at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 2 to 4, and 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 5. Tickets cost $9 for the general public and $7 for students and senior citizens. Call 825-2219 for reservations.
  • The Crucible 30 Oct. -5 Dec. in a joint project by Moxie Theater and Intrepid Shakespeare Co. at Moxie Theatre, 6663 El Cajon Blvd., San Diego. Directed by Jennifer Eve Thorn and Christy Yael, with Sean Cox, Kelly Iversen, Justin Lang, Lisel Gorell-Getz, Jonathan Sachs, and Callie Prendiville. Performances at 8 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays; 2 p.m. Sundays. Tickets: $22, Thursdays and Sunday matinees; $25, Friday and Saturday nights, call: 858-598-7620 or check the website for more information.
  • The Crucible 17-27 Nov. by Greystone Theatre, at University of Saskatchewan, Canada. Directed by Jim Guedo, with Chris Hapke and Anna Seibel. Tickets $19, $15 senior, $13 student, call: 966-5188, or check the website for more information.
  • A View from the Bridge 4-21 Nov. by Cape Fear Regional Theatre, 1209 Hay St. Fayetteville, NC. Tickets $15-30, call 910.323.4233, or check the website for more information.
  • A View from The Bridge 17-20 November by Leitheatre at Church Hill Theatre, Morningside Road, Edinburgh, Scotland. Directed by Don Arnott. Performances at 7.30pm, tickets £9(£7), phone  0131-668 2019, or check the website for information.
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    Scenes from A View from the Bridge by Leitheatre
  • Broken Glass 30 Sept. (opening 6 Oct.) to 27 Nov. at Tricycle Theatre, 269 Kilburn High Road, London, UK. Directed by Iqbal Khan, with Anthony Sher, Lucy Cohu, Emily Bruni, Nigel Lindsay, Madeleine Potter and Brian Protheroe. Set design by Mike Britton. Call Box office 020 7328 1000 or check the website for more information.
  • A Memory of Two Mondays (Woh Log Jo Ruke Reh Gaye) 11-17 Nov. a Hindi translation by Punjabi University Drama Department as part of the annual theatre festival organized by the Chandigarh Sangeet Natak Akademi, Chandigarh, India. Directed by Vikas Mishra.
  • Death of a Salesman 16 Oct.-13 Nov. by Soulpepper Theatre Company at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts, 55 Mill Street, Building 49, in the Distillery Historic District, Toronto, Canada. Directed by Albert Schultz with Joseph Ziegler, Nancy Palk, Ari Cohen and Tim Campbell. Tickets range from $31.20 – $75.33 (including 13% HST) and are available by calling the Young Centre box office at 416.866.8666 or by visiting their website. $22 tickets are available for 21-30 year-olds through StagePlay.

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    Death of a Salesman by Soulpepper Theatre Company
  • The Crucible 29 Oct.- 7 Nov. by The Theater Project’s Young Company, 14 School St., Brunswick, Maine. Directed by Wendy Poole. Shows will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 2 p.m. Sunday. All tickets are pay what you want, with a suggested price of $12. Call 729-8584 or visit their website for more information.
  • A View from the Bridge 5-13 Nov. by Lansing Community College Theatre in the at Dart Auditorium, Lansing, MI. Directed by Andy Callis, with David Dunckel, Kathryn Renaldi-Smith. Rebecca Lane, Ben English, and Jack Dowd. Eveening performances at 8pm and matinees at 2pm on Sundays. This will be an entry in Cooley Law School’s Stages of the Law series.Tickets $5-10, call $ (517) 372-4636, or check the website for more information.
  • The Crucible 29 Oct.-13 Nov. by Community Theater of Little Rock, at the Public Theatre, 616 Center Street, Little Rock, Arkansas. Directed by Amanda Garrison and Mark Troillett, with Mark Troillett, Heather Smith, Rachel Bland, Terry Harrison, Keeley Finch, Alan Rackley, and John Hill. Performances on October 29th, 30th, November 5th, 6th, 12th and 13th at 7:30pm, and October 31st, November 7th and 14th at 2pm, Admission is $14 for adults, $12 for military, students and seniors age 65 and over, $12 for groups of 10 or more, and free of charge for children age 6 and under. Call 501-410-ACT3 (501-410-2283), or check their website for more information.
  • All My Sons 5-14 Nov. by The SETGroup, at the SCV Space, 27600 Bouquet Canyon Road, Saugus, CA. Directed by Jeff Johnson, with Jeff Rollins, Kathy Lively, Jason Endicott, Bridget Pugliese, Hannah Lively, George Cummings, David Wisehart, Beth Ann Sweezer and Couso Morpheous. Tickets are $15 or $10 for students/seniors with ID. Seating is limited and it is recommended to order early. Call (661) 263-3733 or purchase online.

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    That They Might Win at Behrend Theatre Department
  • That They May Win 4-13 Nov. as part of “World War II in Revue” by Behrend Theatre Department, at the Behrend Studio Theatre at Penn State Behrend, PA. Directed by Chrystyna Dail, with Michael Dell’Aquila and Desstia Jones. Performances at 8pm, with 2pm Sunday matinee on Nov. 7th. Tickets, $5, are available at the Reed Union Building desk or by phone at 898-6242.
  • The Crucible 4-7 Nov. by Firelands College Theatre at Bowling Green State University in BGSU-Firelands’ McBride Auditorium, Huron, Ohio. Directed by Jann Graham Glann. Tickets $4-9, call 419-433-5560, or check the website for more information.
  • Death of a Salesman 22 Oct.–13 Nov. by Curtain Call Theatre, 210 Old Loudon Road, Latham, NY. Directed by Steve Fletcher, with Phil Rice, Richard Lounello, Joan Coombs, and Issac Newberry. Performances at 7:30 p.m. Thursdays, 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 3 p.m. Sundays. Tickets: $20 call: 877-7529 or go check their website for more information.
  • Death of a Salesman 4-13 Nov. by Mid Michigan Community College Community Theatre (MMCC) 1375 S. Clare Ave. Harrison, MI. Matinees:  November 4, 9 and 11; Optional Luncheon: 12:30 p.m. Show 2:00 p.m.; Matinee Prices:  $18 for Lunch and Show or $8 for the Show Only.  Evening performances at 7pm on Nov. 12-13. Call the MMCC Bookstore 386-6640 for tickets, or check the website for more information.
  • The Crucible 21-30 Oct. by the Driftwood Players at Trinity Episcopal Church,North and Frest Aves., Cranford NJ 07016. Directed by Katherine Benson, with Mark Bankin, Donniee Barnes, Rod Belle, Katherine Benson, Chris Braca,  Maddie Brand, Tabbie Brand, Emily Burns, Hillary Burns, Danielle Frank, Jeff Hogan, Tom Kaercher, Nakia McCall , Brendan Narajo, Amanda Nordstorm, Russell Ortiz, Candy Perdham, Noah Rauchwerk, Kerri-Lynn Sirkin, and Nick Thomas.Tickets are $12, students and seniors are $7, check their website for more information. 
  • The Crucible 22-31 Oct. by The Theatre of Northeastern Connecticut at Bradley Playhouse, 30 Front Street, Putnam, CT. Directed by Bob Sloat, the play Performnces at 8 p.m. Oct. 29-30, and 2 p.m. Oct. 31. Tickets $13-16 are available at Wonderland Books, 120 Main Street, and Victoria Station Cafe, 91 Main Street, both in Putnam. Reservations can also be made at the theater group’s website, or call (860) 928-7887. 
  • Death of a Salesman 22-31 Oct. by The Skidmore College Department of Theater. Directed by Phil Soltenoff, with Anthony Bentrovato, Sara Jane Munford, Andrew Rousso, and Paul-Emile Cendron. Set design by Garret Wilson. The entire production is centered on a TV production of “Death of a Salesman” filmed in 1966. Through the use of monitors and sound, the actors will attempt to perform this film live. Performances at 8pm and Sunday matinees at 2pm. Call 518 580 5431 or check the website for more information.
  • The Crucible 23-29 Oct. at Gallery 51, Union Station, 2501 Wall Ave., Ogden, Utah. Directed by Chelsea Ayn Nelson. Tickets $7-10, call 801 698 3033.

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    A View from the Bridge by Oxford Theater Guild
  • A View from the Bridge 27-30 Oct. by Oxford Theatre Guild at The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford, UK. Directed by Alex Nicholls, with Adam Potterton, Ida Persson, Katie Collier, David Guthrie, Nathan Grassi and Tim Younger. Performances at 7.30pm and Saturday at 2.30pm. See the Arts Centre website for ticket information, and the OTG website for other information. Ticket prices: £12, £8 – concessions, call 01865 319 450.
  • A View from the Bridge 22-31 Oct. by Peach Theatre Company, at The Auckland Performing Arts Centre (TAPAC), Motions Rd, Western Springs, Auckland, New Zealand. Preview on Oct 21st. Directed by Jesse Peach, with George Henare, Annie Whittle, Robbie Magasiva and Anna Jullienne. Performances on Tue, Wed 6.30 pm / Thur – Sat 8 pm / matinee  Sat 30 October 2 pm + Sun 31 October 2pm. Tickets: 845 0295 ext 1 or check the website for more information.
  • All My Sons 22 -30 Oct. by Stephens College Playhouse Theatre Company, at Macklanburg Playhouse, 100 Willis Ave, Columbia, MO.  Directed by Lamby Hedge, with Rob Doyen, Erin Hanson, Joel Mingo, Sarah Marshall, Justin Kirk, Dan Schultz, Chelsea Ortuno, Alex Rodriguez, Katie McKellar, Grant Roulier. Performances at7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday;and  7:30 p.m. Oct. 29 and 30. Tickets are $12, $6 for students and seniors, call (573) 876-7199 or check the website for more information
  • The Crucible 6-24 Oct. on the Mainstage at Barrington Stage Company, Pittsfield, MA. Directed by Julianne Boyd, with Christopher Innvar, Robert Zukerman, Kim Stauffer, Jessica Griffin, and Fletcher McTaggart. Press Opening Sunday, October 10 at 3:00pm. For more information, go to their website.
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    Scenes from The Crucible at Barrington Stage
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  • A View from the Bridge 3-24 Oct. at Segal Centre For Performing Arts, 5170 Côte-Ste-Catherine, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Directed by Director Diana Leblanc, with Vlasta Vrana, Tony Nardi, Giovanna Carrubba, Tal Gottfried, Marc Bendavid and Howard Rosenstein. Call (514) 739-2301 or check the website for more information.
  • The Crucible 14-23 Oct. by University of Missouri-St. Louis Theater, Dance & Media Studies Department, in the E. Desmond and Mary Ann Lee Theatre at the Touhill Performing Arts Center, One University Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri. Directed by Tlaloc Rivas. Performances at 7.30, with 3pm Saturday matinees. Tickets are $5-$10. For more information, call 314-516-4949, or visit the website.
  • The Crucible 15-23 Oct. by the Paw Paw Village Players in Charley and Mary Burkett Center for the Performing Arts, 404 E. Michigan Ave., Paw Paw, MI. Performances at 8 p.m. Oct. 15-16, 22-23, and 3 p.m. Oct. 17. Tickets $5-$l0, call 269-657-7529, or check the website for more information.

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    Christopher Lloyd as Willy Loman in Weston Playhouse’s Death of a Salesman
  • Death of a Salesman 26 Aug.- 5 Sept, with added performances on 10-11 Sept. by Weston Playhouse, 703 Main Street, Weston, VT. Directed by Steve Stettler, with Christopher Lloyd, Amy Van Nostrand, Nathan Darrow and Markus Potter. Set design by Timothy Mackabee. This production is now touring New England, including Hopkins Center for the Arts at Dartmouth College in Hanover at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 1-2 (646-2422, hop.dartmouth.edu), Simsbury’s Westminster School, CT at its Werner Centennial Center on 12 Oct. at 7 p.m., the University of New Hampshire’s Paul Creative Arts Center in Durham at 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 17 and various dates in Rutland, Johnson, Hanover, Middlebury, Burlington and St. Johnsbury. Call 802.824.5288, or check the website for full tour information.
  • The Crucible 24 Sept.-17 Oct by Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Avenue, St. Augustine, FL. Directed by Patsy Butler. Show times are Tuesday through Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday 2 p.m. matinees only. Tickets are $25 for adults, $22 for seniors and $20 for students and military. For more information, call 904.825.1164 or visit their website.
  • The Crucible 16-17 Oct. by The Kinkaid School of Acting in the Brown Auditorium of the Kinkaid School. Assistant director is David Arnold  with Adelaide Lummis, William Montgomery, Jaime Westendarp, and Chris Fish. Performance on Saturday, October 16 at 2 p.m., followed by a 4 p.m. showing on Sunday.  Tickets will be available at the door, or by calling the box office at 713-243-5442. 
  • A Memory of Two Mondays 2 Sept.-17 Oct. by Eclipse Theatre Company at the Greenhouse Theater Center, 2257 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago. Directed by Steven  Fedoruk. For more information call (773) 404-7336 or visit the website.
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    Scenes from A Memory of Two Mondays by Eclipse Theatre Company
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  • A View From The Bridge 11-17 Oct. by Herne Bay Little Theatre, Kent, UK. Directed by Christine Russell with Mark Phillips, Shelagh Scarborough, Steph Jones, Duncan Woodruffe, David Kemp, and Michael Sargeant. Tickets are £7.50 (£5 Monday), call 01227 366004 or check the website.
  • All My Sons 7-16 Oct. by University Theatre at The University of Texas at Dallas, 800 West Campbell Road, Richardson, TX. Directed by Akin Babatunde, with Teagan Batts, and Brian Pappas. Performances at 8pm. Call 972-UTD-ARTS.
  • Death of a Salesman 30 Sept.-16 Oct. by Greenbrier Valley Theatre, 113 East Washington Street, Lewisburg, West Virginia. Call 304 645 3838 or check the website for more information.
  • All My Sons 7-9 Oct. by Midwestern State University Theatre Department, in Fain Fine Arts Center Theatre, Wichita Falls, TX. Directed by Brandon Smith, with Parker Arnold, Trinton Parker, Kristi Mills, and Morgan Burkey. Set design by Justen Locke. Tickets $7-8 (free for students), call 940 397-4393 or check the website for more information.

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    Incident at Vichy by Wabash College Theatre
  • Incident at Vichy 5-9 Oct. by Wabash College Theater, Crawfordsville, IN. Directed by James M. Cherry, with Samuel Bennett, Donovan Bisbee, Steve Ellis, Josúe Gutierrez, Daniel Lesch, Josh Lutton, Chris McCloskey, Gus McKinney, Raynor Mendoza, Matt Meyer, James Morey, Adam Phipps, Jordan Plohr, Clarke Remmers, Luke Robbins, Austin Sanders, Liam Smith, Davis Thompson, Chet Turnbeaugh, and Drew Zromkoski. Set design by James Gross. Performances at 8pm. Free, but call 765-361-6411 for reservations.
  • The Crucible 17 Sept.-9 Oct. By Theatre Downtown, 2113 N. Orange Ave., Orlando, FL. Directed by Frank Hilgenberg, with Jamie B. Cline and Hilty Bowen. Performances are Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sundays, September 19 and October 3 at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $18 for adults and $15 for students and seniors, call 407 841 0083 or go to their website for more information.
  • Clara 8-9 Oct. by Auburn Players Community Theater, at the Bisgrove Theater at Cayuga Community College, NY, as part of an evening of one act plays, along with Michael Olsen’s “Two Women and a Chair.” Directed by Jamie Bruno, with Jack Sherman, Bill Slattery, Lisa Rood and Tim Morgan. Performances at 8pm, tickets $10-12. Call 315-258-8275, or visit their website for more information.
  • The Creation of the World and Other Business 30 Sept.-3 Oct. at Wilkes University, 84 West South Street, Wilkes-Barre, PA, at the Dorothy Dickson Darte Center. Directed by Naomi Baker . Performances at 8pm and Sunday matinee at 2pm. Tickets $15 general admission and $7 for students and senior citizens. Wilkes students, faculty and staff will receive free admission with a valid Wilkes ID. Call 1-800-WILKES-U, ext. 4420, or check the website.clock2010MSU
  • Todos eran mis hijos (All My Sons) 9 May-30 Sept. at Teatro Apolo, Av. Corrientes 1372, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Directed by Claudio Tolcachir with Lito Cruz, Ana María Picchio, Esteban Meloni, Vanesa González and Federico D’Elía. Performances Wednesdays and Thursdays at 8.45pm. Fridays at 9.15pm. Saturdays at 8pm and 10.15pm. Sundays at 8.30pm. Call 4373 2411.
  • The American Clock 22 Sept.-3 Oct. by Michigan State University Department of Theatre, at Auditorium Arena Theatre, MSU,, MI. Directed by Tony Caselli (Artistic Director of Williamstown Theatre). Performances at 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays, 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, 2 p.m. Sundays. Tickets  $8-$12, call (517) 432-2000 or (800) 942-7866. Check the website for more information.

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    Scenes from The American Clock at Michigan State University
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  • All My Sons 17-26 Sept. by The Players at Barker Playhouse, 400 Benefit Street, Providence, RI. Tickets $20, call 401 273 0590 or check their website for more information.
  • All My Sons 17-26 Sept. by The Virtuoso Performing Arts Theatre at the Glenridge on Palmer Ranch, 7333 Scotland Way, Sarasota, FL. With Jacob Ruscoe , Megan Ireland, Dianne Brin and W. Valen McDaniel. Go to the website to purchase tickets.
  • All My Sons 19 May-11 Sept. (official opening 27 May): EXTENDED to Oct 2nd at Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Ave., London, UK.  Directed by Howard Davies with Zoë Wanamaker, David Suchet, Stephen Campbell Moore, Jemima Rooper and Daniel Lapaine. Set design by William Dudley.

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    Harris Yulin as Willy Loman in Gate Theatre’s Death of a Salesman
  • Death of a Salesman 15 July previews, 20 July opening, extended to 25 Sept. by Gate Theatre, Cavendish Row, Parnell Square, Dublin, Ireland. Directed by David Esbjornson with Harris Yulin, Séainín Brennan, Stephen Brennan, Peter Daly, Deirdre Donnelly, Barbara Griffin, John Kavanagh, Garrett Lombard, Barry McGovern, Elizabeth Moynihan, Rory Nolan, Marie Ruane and Stephen Swift. Set designed by Michael Pavelka. Performances at 7.30, matinees at 2pm. Tickets €15-€35, call: +353 1 874 4045 / 874 6042   or check the website for more information.
  • All My Sons 13 Aug.-25 Sep. by Ruskin Group Theatre, 3000 Airport Avenue, Santa Monica, CA. Directed by Edward Edwards with Paul Linke, Dominic Comperatore, and Catherine Telford. Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm. Tickets are $25 ($20 for students and seniors), call (310) 397-3244. For more information please visit the website.
  • All My Sons 14-29 August by Broadhollow Theatre, beginning at the BayWay Arts Centre, 265 East Main Street, East Islip, NY. Performances at 8pm, matinees at 2.30pm. Tickets $14-23, call 631 581 2700, or check the website for more details. This production will move to the Broadhollow at Elmont, 700 Hampstead Turnpike, Elmont, NY in October, 16-31; call 516 775 4420.
  • The Crucible 13-29 Aug. by 4th Street Theater, Chesterton, Indiana. Directed by Steve Rohe, with Louis Arata, Lindsey DeBoer, Pat Klewer, Barb Malangoni, Alex Malangoni, Daena Sisk, Jason Utesch, Caitlyn Desjardins, Grant Fitch, David Cincoski, Carly Hoffman, Rachel Livingston, Jeffry Zimmerman, Kim Meyne, Steve Rohe, Wendy Schultz, Matt Stinnett and Christine Wiegand. Set designed by Kevin Doler. Performances at 8pm, Sunday shows at 3pm. Tickets $15, call 219-926-7875. Check local theater website for more details.
  • After the Fall 8 July-22 Aug. by Eclipse Theatre Company at the Greenhouse Theater Center, 2257 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago. Directed by Steve Scott. For more information call (773) 404-7336 or visit the website.

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    After the Fall by Eclipse Theatre Company
  • The Crucible 10 July-8 Aug. by Two Planks and a Passion Theatre Company in an outdoor production as part of the Theatre Off The Grid productions series at the Ross Creek Centre, near Canning, Nova Scotia, Canada. Directed by Kenneth Schwartz, wiDirectedth Graham Percy, Ryan Rogerson, Burgandy Code, Katie Swift, Chris O’Neill, Alexis Milligan, Cliff LeJeune, Jeff Schwager, Tara Lee Reddick, Sebastien Labelle, Emma Slipp, Andrea-Lee Norwood, Margaret Legere, Leete Stetson, Jim Fowler, John Beale, Mike Ferguson and Kathryn Maclellan. Performances at 6pm. Rain or shine (there is an indoor location available if it rains). Call 902.582.3842, or check the website for more information.
  • The Crucible 22-31 July at Duncan Smith Theatre by Holmdel Theatre Company, 36 Crawfords Corner Road, Holmdel, NJ. Directed by Lea Eckert, with Brian O’Halloran, Robert Senkewicz, David Volin, Charlie Deitz, Leslie Wheeler, Eric Walby and Bob Kern. Performances are scheduled at 8 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays and 3 p.m. July 25. Tickets are $20 adults and $10 students and may be reserved by calling 732- 946-0427, or check the website for more information.
  • The Crucible 18 June-11 July by Chattanooga Theatre Centre, 400 River Street, Chattanooga, TN. Directed by Chuck Tuttle. Tickets start at $10. Call 267-8534 or check the website for more information.
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  • All My Sons 7 May-25 June by San Francisco Actors Theatre, 855 Bush Street, San Francisco, CA. Directed by Joyce Henderson with Randy Hurst, Joyce Henderson, Nicholas Russell, Vlad Sayenko, and Nahry Tak. Call 415-345-1287 or check the website for more information.

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    The Crucible by Open Air Theatre, Regent’s Park
  • The Crucible 24 May-19 June by Open Air Theatre, Regent’s Park, London, UK. Directed by Timothy Sheader with Patrick O’Kane, Emma Cunniffe, Emily Taaffe, and Oliver Ford Davies. Set design by Jon Bausor. Call 0844 826 4242 (24 hours) for tickets or check the website for more information.

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    The Crucible by Open Air Theatre, Regent’s Park
  • El descenso del Monte Morgan (The Ride Down Mt. Morgan) 17-23 May at Teatro Metropolitan, Av. Corrientes 1343, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Directed by Daniel Veronese with Oscar Martínez, Eleonora Wexler and Carola Reyna.  Performances on Sun, Wed, Thu, Sat at 8pm, Fri 8.30pm, Sat 10pm. Tickets: $80-120, call: (+54 11) 5277·0500.
  • Death of a Salesman 14-23 May by Trim Drama Group at Solstice Arts Centre, Navan, Meath, Ireland, on 13-14 May, and Trim Town Hall 22-23 May. Directed by Brendan Fox with Martin Bolger, Olivia Barnes, Dara Kenny and Craig Regan. Tickets, €15 and €12 (concession), are available from the Solstice Arts Centre box office, by phone (046) 909 2300 or via the Solstice website. Tickets for Trim Town Hall, priced €12 and €10 (concession), are available from James Allen Hair Design, Haggard Court, Haggard Street, Trim, telephone (046) 943 7503 or at the door.

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    Scenes from Dallas Theater Center’s Death of a Salesman
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  • Death of a Salesman 16 April-16 May by Dallas Theater Center, at in the Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre at the AT&T Performing Arts Center, Dallas, TX. Directed by Amanda Dehnert with Jeffrey DeMunn, Hassan El-Amin, Chamblee Ferguson, Matthew Gray, Sean Hennigan, Liz Mikel, Cedric Neal, and Sally Nystuen Vahle. For tickets phone (214) 880-0202 or visit their website. There is a PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN Performance Friday, April 16, 8p.m. STUDENT MATINEES  April 28 and May 5, 11a.m. Tickets are $12 per student with one complimentary chaperone ticket per 20 tickets purchased.
  • The Price 23 April-16 May by State Theatre Company of South Australia, at Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide. Directed by Adam Cookith, with Michael Habib and Carmel Johnson. Designed by Alisa Paterson. Tickets $29.00-$59.00, call BASS on 131 246, or check the website for more information.

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    Death of a Salesman by West Yorkshire Playhouse
  • Death of a Salesman 30 April-29 May by West Yorkshire Playhouse, in Quarry Theatre, Playhouse Square, Quarry Hill, Leeds, UK. Directed by Sarah Esdaile with Philip Jackson. Call 0113 213 7700 for tickets or find out more at their website
  • The Crucible 23 April-15 May by Sycamore Rouge, 21 West Old Street, Petersburg, VA. Directed kb saine, by with Jeffrey Cole, Beth von Kelsch, Dean Knight, Stephen Ryan, Rick Gray and Brittany Simmons. Set design by Keith Saine. Performances at 8pm, Sunday matinees at 4pm. Tickets $18-22. Call 804 957 5707, or check their website for more information.
  • Death of a Salesman 9 Apr.-8 May by Black Bag Productions at Blackbird Theatre, 1600 Pauline Blvd., Ann Arbor, MI. Directed by Lynch Travis. Tickets $10-20. Call 734-332-3848 or check the website for more information.
  • All My Sons 23 April-8 May by Laurel Mill Playhouse, 508 Main St., Laurel, MD. Directed by Tom Schneider. For more information, call 301-452-2557, or check the website. For tickets call 301-617-9906.rezblues2010b
  • Resurrection Blues 25 March-9 May  by Eclipse Theatre Company at the Greenhouse Theater Center, 2257 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago. Directed by Nathaniel Shaw.  This will be its Chicago premier. For more information call (773) 404-7336 or visit the website.
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    Scenes from Resurrection Blues by Eclipse Theatre
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  • The Crucible 16 April-1 May by Theater Department of University of Albany on the Mainstage of UAlbany Performing Arts Center, Albany, NY. Directed by Chad Larabee with Cornelius Geaney Jr., Erin Ouellette, Paul Dederick, Kiowa Pratt-Gordon, Grayce Burian, Arthur Collins, and Jim Leonard. Tickets $8-12, call (518) 442-3997.
  • All My Sons 15-18 April by Stage Right at LeTourneau University, 2100 S. Mobberly Ave. in Longview, Texas. Directed by Emily Johnson, with Tim Hooge, Danae Luckert, Lincoln Stannard, and Elise Lanning. Performances at 7 p.m. with Sunday performance at 3 p.m. Tickets are $5 per person or $3 for students and can be purchased at the door.
  • The Crucible 23-24 April by Prairie Players Civic Theatre, Orpheum Theatre, Galesburg, IL. Directed by Betsy Hippely. Ca;; 309-343-PPCT(7728), or check the website for more information.
  • All My Sons April 2-26 by the Theater Company at Hubbard Hall, Main Stage, 25 E. Main Street, Cambridge, New York. With David Braucher. Call (518) 677-2495 or check the website.
  • The Crucible 15-25 April by Elizabethtown College Theatre, PA. Directed by Terri Mastrobuono, with Stephen McGonigle, Emily Knitter, Pauline Jarvie, Ian Pape, Peter Starr Northrop, Emily Grove, and Michael O’Connell. Tickets $6, call 717-361-1170.
  • The Crucible 19 March-25 April by Infamous Commonwealth Theatre, at the West Stage of the Raven Theatre Complex at 6157 N. Clark St., Chicago, IL. Directed by Chris Maher, with Stephen Dunn, Nancy Friedrich, Clarissa Gregg, Jennifer Mathews, John O’Leksy and Craig Thompson. Set design by Nick Rastenis. Performances are Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays at 8:30pm & Sundays at 3:30pm. Tickets $15-20, call 312.458.9780, or check the website for more information.

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    The Crucible by Infamous Commonwealth Theatre
  • Creation of the World and Other Business 5 March-24 April by Denver Victorian Playhouse, 4201 Hooker St., Denver, CO. Directed Rick Bernstein, with Heather Schroeder, Chris Kendall, Christian Mast, and Jason Maxwell. Perfromances at 7:30 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays, and 6 p.m. Sundays. Tickets $22, call 303-433-4343 or check the website for more information

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    Poster and scenes from Creation of the World and Other Business by Denver Victorian Playhouse
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  • All My Sons 26 March-17 April, by Carpenter Square Theatre, 400 W Sheridan, Oklahoma City, OK. Directed by Michael Payne, with Rhonda Clark, Hal Kohlman, Emily Jackson and Brett Rottmayer. Performances at 7:30 p.m. Thursdays and 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. One 2 p.m. matinee is scheduled April 11, and a daytime student matinee on Friday, April 9th at 10:30 a.m. For tickets call 405 232-6500 or check the website for more information. borokenposter2010
  • All My Sons (26 March) 1-10 April by Kalamazoo Civic Theatre, at Parish Theatre, 426 S. Park St., Kalamazoo, MI. Opened late with new lead due to illness. Directed by D. Terry Williams, with Ron Centers, Sharon Williams, Ben Maters, and Mary Teutsch. Set designed by Coral Hurley. Performances at 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays; 7:30 p.m. on April 1; and 2 p.m. on April 11. Tickets $17 to $22, call 343-1313, or go to their website.
  • The Crucible 20 March-4 April by The Gallery Players, 199 14th St., between 4th and 5th Aves. in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Directed by Heather Siobhan Curran with John Blaylock, Gil Brady, Daniel Damiano, Lisa Darden, Genevieve Gearhart, Emily Hagburg, Justin Herfel, Frederic Heringes, John Isgro, Tom Lawson, Jr., Lindsay Mack, Russell Mahrt, Rhyn McLemore, Sofia Munn, Alison Ostergaard, Bob Pritchard, Elisa Pupko, Joe Regan and Gina Stahlnecker. Set designed by Lilia Trenkova. Performances on Thursdays, Fridays at 8pm, Saturdays at 2pm & 8pm and Sundays at 3pm. Tickets $18 for adults, $14 for Seniors & Children 12 and under, call (212) 352-3101, or check their website for more information.
  • Broken Glass 11 March-4 April, by Isis Productions, at the Walnut Street Theatre fifth-floor stage, 825 Walnut St. Philadelphia, PA. Directed by Neill Hartley, with Barry Brait, oe Guzman, and Renee Weisband. Tickets: $25. Call: 877-260-1116 or check the website.
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    Scenes from Broken Glass by Isis Productions
  • All My Sons 19 March-4 April by The Fine Arts Center in the SaGāJi Theatre, 30 West Dale Street, Colorado Springs, CO. Directed by Alan Osburn, with Bob Moore, Jane Fromme, Brantley Scott Haines and Carmen Vreeman. Set design by R. Thomas Ward. Performances on Thursday 7:30 p.m., Friday/Saturday 8:00 p.m. and Sunday 2:00 p.m. Tickets $26-$35. Call 719.634.5583 or check the website.
  • The Price 12 March-3 April by Village Playhouse, 2190E Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Directed by John Corcelli, with Rob Candy, Paul Soren, Jack Berke and Bonnie Gray. Tickets: $20 for adults and $16 for students and seniors, call 416-767-7702, or check the website for more information.
  • The Price 4 March-4 April by Pittsburgh Public Theater, Pittsburgh, PA. Directed by Tracy Brigden. Tickets will go on sale Sept. 8. Prices
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    The Price by Pittsburg Public Theater

    range from $35 to $60, and $15 tickets are available for age 26 and younger and students. Call: 412-316-1600 or check the website.

  • Death of a Salesman 19 Mar-4 April by Newnan Community Theatre Company, 24 1st Avenue, Newnan, GA. Directed by Trey Stephens with Sam Gentry, Levi Gentry and Dawn Campion. Performances at 8:00 pm on Fridays and Saturdays and 2:30 on Sundays. Tickets are $15 for adults; $12 for seniors (55+) and students (with ID); and $10 for children (12 and under). Call (770) 683-6282, or check the website for more information.
  • The Price 5-27 March by The Pentacle Theatre, 324 52nd Ave. NW, Salem, OR. Directed by Larry Roach.  Tickets: $17-$18. Check the website for more details.

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  • Death of a Salesman 19-28 March by Zanesville Community Theatre, 940 Findley Ave., Zanesville, OH. Directed by Bruce Revennaugh with Rich Tolliver, Laurel DuBeck, and Eric Blake. Performances at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 2:30 p.m. Sundays. Tickets cost $5 to $12. Call 740-455-6487 or visit their website.
  • An Enemy of the People 19-27 March by Valley Community Theatre, at the Santa Ynez Valley High School Little Theatre, Santa Ynez, CA. Directed by Carey McKinnon, with Jim Farnum and Jeff McKinnon. Call 805 686-5830.
  • All My Sons 11-28 March by Classic Theater, at Sterling Houston Theater at Jump-Start, Blue Star Arts Complex, 1400 S. Alamo St. San Antonio. Directed by Diane Malone, with Allan and Terri Peña Ross. Performances at 8 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays, 3 p.m. Tickets: $10-$20. Call (210) 589-8450, or check the website.
  • Death Of A Salesman 23-27 March by Everyman Theatre at Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff, Wales. Directed by Thomas Hockey, with Alex Wilson Call: 029 2030 4400 or check the website for more information.
  • A View From the Bridge previewed 28 Dec., 2009, opened 24 Jan.-4 April  at the Cort Theater, 138 West 48th Street, New York, NY. Unable to extend the run. Directed by Gregory Mosher with Liev Schreiber, Scarlett Johansson, Jessica Hecht, Michael Cristofer and Santino Fontana.  Scenic design by John Lee Beatty. Call 212 239 6200 or 1-800 432 7250 for tickets and check the website for more details. Click on the following links to see some short videos and a detailed NPR report: here, here, and NPR.
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    Scenes from the Broadway revival of A View from the Bridge
  • All My Sons 12-21 March by Peoria Players Theatre, 4300 N. University, Peoria, IL. Directed by Lana Warner, with Renee Boesch, Stacy Brooks, Doug Day, Sally Hodge, Jeff Hopkins, Max Hopkins, Chelsea Lechwar, Howard Gorman, Charles Killen and Eddie Urish. Tickets: $12/general; $9/ages 18 and younger. Call 688-4473 or check their website for more information.
  • Death of a Salesman 19 Feb.-21 March by the Omaha Community Playhouse, in Howard Drew Theatre, 6915 Cass Street, Omaha, Nebraska. Directed by Kevin Lawler, with Bernie Clark, Tim Abou-Nasr, Brigid Amos, Kathleen Byrd, Anthony Clark-Kaczmarek, Larry French, Ryan Fuller, Scott Kroeker, Jolene Mathis, Jennifer McGill, Lois Nemec, Geoffrey Stienblock, and Jonathan Wilhoft. Set design by Wes Houston. Performances run Thursdays through Saturdays at 7:30 PM and Sundays at 2:00 PM only. Tickets $32.00 for adults and $21.00 for students, call 402 553 0800 or 888 782 4338 or check the website for more information.
  • The Price 23 Feb.-21 March at Geva Theatre Center, 75 Woodbury Boulevard, Rochester NY. A co-production between Geva Theatre Center and Syracuse Stage. Directed by Tim Bond with Kenneth Tigar, Richard McWilliams, Carmen Roman, and Tony DeBruno. Stage design by Scott Bradley. Call (585) 232-4382 for tickets: $20 to $65 or go to their website. This is the same production that just closed in Syracuse.
  • Death of a Salesman 11-25 March by University of Delaware Resident Ensemble Players at Thompson Theatre, Roselle Center for the Arts, University of Delaware. Directed by Ethan McSweeny, with Stephen Pelinski, Kathleen Pirkl Tague, and Michael Gotch. Set designed by Lee Savage. Call (302) 831-2204, or check the website for more details.

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  • The Crucible 13-20 March by Rugby Theatre, Henry Street, Rugby, UK. Director Helen Dulcamara with Ruth and Andy MacCallum, Darren Pratt, Lesley Maltman, Sue Todd, and Simon Ainley. For tickets call (01788) 541234, or check the website for more details.
  • The Crucible 4-14 March by Brave New World Repertory Theatre, at Old Stone House, JJ Byrne Park, 5th Avenue between 3rd and 4th Sts., Brooklyn, NY. Directed by Claire Beckman. Tickets: $18, online at their website.
  • The American Clock 18-20 March by Victoria School of the Arts, in the Eva O. Howard Theatre, Kingsway and 101st Street, Edmonton, Canada. Directed by Greg Dowler-Coltman. Performances at 7 p.m. Tickets: Adults $12, students and seniors $8; call 780-426-3010.
  • The Price 12 Feb.-21 March by Theatre West, 3333 Cahuenga Blvd. West, Los Angeles, CA. Directed by Stu Berg with Don Moss, Cal Bartlett, Marvin Kaplan, and Dianne Travis. Set design by Jeff Rack. Call 323 851 7977 or check the website for more information.
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    Scenes from The Price by Theatre West
  • The Crucible 26 Feb.-7 March by Cinnabar Young Reps at Cinnabar Theater, 3333 Petaluma Blvd. North, Petaluma, CA. Directed by Kate Magill. Performances at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 26-27 and March 5-6; 2 p.m. Feb. 28 and March 7. Tickets: $15 general, $10 children under 18. Tickets will be $8 for students ages 12-18 on teen night, which is March 5. Call: 707 763-8920 or check the website for more information.
  • Death of a Salesman 26-28 Feb. by Lipscomb University’s theatre department at Lipscomb University Shamblin Theater, 1 University Park Dr., Nashville, TN. Directed by Robyn Berg, with Jerry Henderson, Wesley Paine, Mike Fernandez and Larry Bridgesmith. Patrons may purchase dinner in the theater at 6 p.m. before the Friday and Saturday performances. Cost is $25 for the play and dinner, or $10 for the play only. Student tickets are $15 for the play and dinner and $5 for the play only. Call 615-966-1000 or check the website for more information.
  • All My Sons 18-28 Feb. by Actors Bridge Ensemble at Belmont’s Troutt Theatre, Belmont University, 1900 Belmont Blvd. Nashville, TN. Directed by Don Griffiths with Bill Feehely, Cynthia Tucker, Kyla Ledes and Zack McCann. Performances on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Tickets: $12-$15. Call 615-460-6012 or check the website for more information.
  • The Crucible 24-27 Feb. by Ursinus College Theater in The Kaleidoscope Performing Arts Center’s Lenfest Theater, Collegeville, PA. Directed by Beverly Redmond. Perfromances at 7:30 p.m.. Tickets are $5 for general admission and $2 for students and senior citizens. Call 610-409-3795.
  • Death of a Salesman January 28 – February 21, 2010 by BoarsHead Theater, 425 South Grand Avenue, Lansing, Michigan. Tickets are available one month prior to the opening. Call (517-484-7805) or check online.
  • Fractures 19-20 Feb. is an adaptation of the stage version of A View from the Bridge by AbOriginal Productions at Agip Recital Hall of the Musical Society of Nigeria ( MUSON) Centre, Onikan, Lagos. The story is relocated to the UK. Directed by Awoba Wallace, with Keppy Ekpeyong Bassey, Jude Orhorha, Gideon Okeke, Florence Uwaleke, Dolapo Ogunwale, Fakunle Olarotimi, and Gbenro Ajibade.
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    Scenes from PlayMakers Repertory Comapny’s All My Sons
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  • All My Sons 27 Jan.-14 Feb. by PlayMakers Repertory Company, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, in the Paul Green Theatre at UNC’s Center for Dramatic Art on Country Club Road. Directed by Davis McCallum, with Paul O’Brien, Ellen McLaughlin, Christian Conn, and Marianne Miller. For more information call (919) 962-PLAY (7529) or visit the website.
  • The Price 27 Jan.-14 Feb at Syracuse Stage and 23 Feb.-21 March at Geva Theatre Center. A co-production between Geva Theatre Center and Syracuse Stage. Directed by Tim Bond with Kenneth Tigar, Richard McWilliams, Carmen Roman, and Tony DeBruno. Stage design by Scott Bradley. Syracuse Stage is at 820 East Genesee Street, Syracuse, NY, call 315-443-3275 for tickets, $24 to $48 or go to their website; Geva Theatre Center is at 75 Woodbury Boulevard, Rochester NY. Call (585) 232-4382 for tickets: $20 to $65 or go to their website.
  • The Crucible 9-13 Feb. by Cambridge University Amateur Dramatic Club, at ADC Theatre, Park Street, Cambridge, UK. Tickets: £6 – £9. Call 01223 300085. [Sold Out]

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    Scenes from The Price at Royal Lyceum
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  • The Price 15 Jan-13 Feb. at Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh, UK. Directed by John Dove with Aiden Gillett, Greg Powrie, Sally Edwards and James Hayes. Performances Tues-Sat at 7.45pm, with matinees on 20, 23, 27, 30 Jan and 3, 6 Feb at 2.30pm. Call 0131 248 4848 or check the website for more information.
  • All My Sons 22 Jan.-13 Feb. by California Actors Theatre, 1250 S. Hover St., in Twin Peaks Mall, Longmont, CA. Directed by Kim Bubon, with Robert Bubon, David Barclay and Marian Bennett. Tickets: $10 to $15 call 303-774-1842, or check the website for more details.sons2010huntington
  • All My Sons 8 Jan.-7 Feb. Huntingdon Theater, at Avenue of the Arts/BU Theatre, Boston, MA. Directed by David Esbjornson with Will Lyman, Karen MacDonald, Lee Aaron Rosen and Diane Davis. Call 617 266-0800, or check the website for more information.
  • The Crucible 22 Jan-7 Feb. by Paradise Theatre at Fishermen’s Hall, 9911 Burnham Drive NW, Gig Harbor, WA. Directed by Jeff Richards, with Benton Melbourne, Jeff Richards, Diane Daniels, Micheal Carr, and Jon Elston. Performances 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, 3 p.m. Sundays. Tickets: $20 to $10. Call (253) 851-7529, or check the website for more information.
  • All My Sons 29 Jan.-7 Feb. by Nevada Conservatory Theatre at Judy Bayley Theatre, University of Nevada, 4505 S. Maryland Parkway, Las Vegas, NV. Directed by Tom Markus, with Steve Rapella, Brooks Asher, Susan Lowe, and Savannah Smith. Set design by Heather M. Caliguire. Performances at 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets: $20-$30, call 895-2787, or check the website for more information.
  • All My Sons 1-2 Feb. by Our American Theater Company, Seattle, WA, as part of it’s season theme “Past is Prologue” in an ongoing effort to define and explore the American identity through the lens of great American theater.  This is a staged reading. 1 Feb. is at Theatre Off Jackson, 409 7th Avenue South, Seattle (check the website)  and 2 Feb. is at ArtsWest, 4711 California SW, in West Seattle. Directed by Carys Kresny with Richard Ziman, Therese Diekhans, Shanna Allman, Eric Riedmann, Todd Licea, Heather Hawkins, Chris Dietz, Heather Gautschi, John Ulman and Rhys Hamlet. Both are pay what you can. Performances begin at 7:00pm and will be followed by a discussion with the cast, led by local playwright and theater critic, John Longenbaugh. Call 206-937-0205 or check their website for more information.

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    Scenes from A View from the Bridge by Montreal Theatre Ensemble
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  • A View from the Bridge 14-30 Jan. by The Montreal Theatre Ensemble at Casgrain Theatre at John Abbott College, 21275 Lakeshore Road, Ste Anne de Bellevue, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Directed by Terry Donald with Bill Fletcher. Performances Tuesdays to Saturdays, 8 pm, Sundays, 2 pm. Tickets are $18-$30. Call 514-515-9140 or check the website for more information. Special evening performance on January 16th, which will be followed by a reception, including, food, wine, music, a silent auction and an opportunity to meet the cast and crew.
  • All My Sons 21-31 Jan. by Wright State University, at Wright State University Creative Arts Center, 3640 Colonel Glenn Highway, Fairborn, OH. Directed by Brian McKnight, with J.J. Parkey, Maddie Casto, Matthew Rush and Kelly Brumbach. Tickets: $19 and $17, call (937) 775-2500.
  • Clara 29-30 Jan. at Rancho Mirage Public Library, 71-100 Highway 111, Rancho Mirage, CA. Performances at 7pm.  Call: (760) 341-7323.

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  • The Crucible 21-30 Jan. by Walden Theatre at the MeX Theatre in The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, Louisville, KY. Directed by Charlie Sexton with Jacob Lyle, Joanna Blieden, Olivia Brown, Chris Lockhart, and Calvin Barron. Performances Jan 21-23 & 28-30 @7:30, Jan 23 & 30 @2:00. Check the Walden website for more information. Tickets $8-15, call (502) 584-7777 or go online.
  • The Price 15-31 Jan. by Riverside Community Players, 4026 14th Street, Riverside, CA. Directed by Patricia McQuillan, with Chris Marler, Alisa Ann Lovas, Don Hudson, and Tom Shelton. Tickets $15, call 951-686-4030, or check the website for more information.