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.
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, with Adam Harley, David Bromley, Nesba Crenshaw, Stephen Omer, Anton Cross, Kenneth Jay, George Turvey, and Helen Coles. 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.
A View from the Bridge 5-6 Dec., (translated into Maltese by Joe Friggieri) at Teatru Astra, 9 Republic Street, Victoria, Gozo, Malta, as part of Festival Mediterranea. Directed by Mario Tabone with George Camilleri, Maria Schembri, Oliver Farrugia, Jamie Camilleri, Sharona Refalo and Michael Camilleri. Tickets at €5 are available from the theatre. For enquiries call 2155 0958.
All My Sons 3-13 Dec. by Wanderlust Theatre Co. at Cité des Arts, 109 Vine Street, Lafayette, LA. Directed by Elsa Dimitriadis, with Joe Riehl, Christy Leichty, Brady McKellar, Kristen DuBois, Aren Chaisson III, Casey Harmon, Catharine Arceneaux, Jordan Umphries, Gabe Ortego and Michael Allgood. Call (337) 291-1122 or check the website.
All My Sons 28 Oct.-5 Dec. (Ils étaient tous mes fils) in French at Théâtre Jean-Duceppe Place des Arts, 175, rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest, Montréal (Québec), Canada. Directed by Frédéric Dubois, with Michel Dumont, Benoît McGinnis, Louise Turcot, Évelyne Rompré, and Vincent-Guillaume Otis. Set design by Olivier Landreville. Call 514-842-2112 or check the website.
Incident at Vichy 27 Oct. -6 Dec. Now extended to Dec. 13. 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.
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, Michael Zegen, Phoebe Fox, Russell Tovey, and Luke Norris. Design and Light by Jan Versweyveld. Call 800 901 4092 or check the website.
All My Sons 25-28 Nov. by Marco Players, Chorley Old Road Methodist Church Community Hall, Bolton, UK. Directed by Jason Crompton, with Richard Leigh, Joel Cheetham, Sharon Shaw, Ruth Syddall, and James Haslam. Call 01204 841561 or check the website for more information.
The Crucible 18-24 Nov. by American University in Cairo, at Malak Gabr Arts Theatre, American University in Cairo, New Cairo Campus, Road 90, New Cairo, Egypt. Directed by Frank Bradley. Set design by Stancil Campbell. Call 012.2172.1526 or 02.2615.4108 or check their Facebook page.
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.
Death of a Salesman 18-29 Nov. by Mugford Street Players, at Marblehead Little Theatre, 12 School St., Marblehead, MA. Directed by John Fogle, with Alex Alexander, Mark Bourbeau, Jeff Bellin, Dan Boudreau, Owen Burke, Natasha Di Fiore, Timothy Kenslea, Sharon Mason, Michael McMamara, Johnny Redmon, Geoff Van Wyck and Kate Ventimiglia. Set design by Jean Fogle and Brian Casey. Call 781-962-0409 or check the website.
A View from the Bridge 18-22 Nov. by Theatre Department of Marymount Manhattan College, 221 E. 71 St. New York, NY. Directed by Antonio Suarez. 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. Directed by Kim Dupuis. Call (603) 352-5657 or check the website.
All My Sons 13-22 Nov. by Theatre on the Bay, on the Nancy Gehrke Stage in the Herbert L. Williams Theatre at University of Wisconsin-Marinette, WI. Directed by Rebecca Stone Thornberry, with John Thornberry, Lisa Atkinson-LeBoeuf, Jake Falk, Catherine VanVooren, and Tristan Schuh. Set design by John Thornberry. Call 715-735-4300 ext. 4342 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.
The Crucible 10-14 Nov. by Edinburgh University Theatre Company, at Bedlam Theatre, 11b Bristo Place, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Directed by Elske Waite, with Sasha Briggs, Douglas Clark, Jon Oldfield, Benjy Gibson, George Prove, Alice Markey, and Kathrine Payne. Using handmade costumes and creating a 17th century barn-like auditorium in which the audience will be seated on pews. Call +44 (0)131 629 0430 or check the website. If you wish to make a donation to help them create this production go to this website. You can also check out their Facebook page.
All My Sons 6-22 Nov. by Snug Theatre, 160 S. Water St., Marine City, MI. Directed by Nancy Arnfield, with Dennis Kleinsmith, Nancy Penvose, Aaron Dennis Smith, Laura Lynn Lavely, and Matt Siadak. Call 810 278 1749 or check the website.
A View From the Bridge 30 Oct.-21 Nov. by Theatre Southwest, 8944A Clarkcrest, Houston, TX. Directed by Scott McWhirter, with Scott Holmes, John Mitsakis, Helen Rios, Melissa J. Mayo, Allen Dorris, and Sam Denomy. Call 713-661-9505 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 19-22 Nov. by Southern Arkansas University Theatre at Harton Theatre, 100 E University St, Magnolia, AR. Check the website for more information.
All My Sons 17-21 Nov. by Fourblokes Theatre Company at Derby’s Guildhall Theatre, Deby, Derbyshire, UK. With Tom Farthing and Emily Marshall-Sims. Call 01332 255800 or check the website or Facebook page.
Death of a Salesman 13-22 Nov. by Lake Tahoe Community College in their Duke Theatre, One College Drive, South Lake Tahoe, CA. Directed by Susan Boulanger, with Chris Taylor, Aletha Nelligan, Thomas Lopez, and Matthew Ault. Call 530 541-4660, ext. 207 or check the website for more information.
All My Sons 27 Oct.-15 Nov. (opening 30 Oct.) by Virginia Stage Company at the Wells Theatre, 108 E. Tazewell St., Norfolk, VA. Directed by Chris Hanna, with Jeff Barry, Christopher McHale, Kate Udall, and Chiara Motley. Call 757-627-1234 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.
A View From The Bridge 11-14 Nov. at Nottingham New Theatre (Nottingham Univerity student theatre), Cherry Tree Hill, Uni Park, Nottingham, UK. Directed by Gus Herbert. Email or check out 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.
The Crucible 6-14 Nov. by The Questors in the Judi Dench Playhouse at The Questors Theatre, Mattock Lane, Ealing, London, UK. Call 020 8567 5184 or check the website.
The Crucible 10-14 Nov. by Apollo Productions at Otherplace at the Basement, 24 Kensington Street, Brighton, UK. Directed by Conor Baum, with Louis Livesey-Clare, Anna Fenton-Garvey, Grace Riach, and Maddy Barnes. Call +44 1273 699733 or check the website.
The Crucible 13-15 Nov. by University Theatre at Indiana University Kokomo, in Kresge Auditorium, 2300 S Washington St, Kokomo, IN. With Summer Cottrell. Check the website for details.
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 9 Nov. at 6.30pm, playreading only at the Historic ʻĪao Theater, Wailuku, Maui, HI, as part of the theater’s One-Night-Only (ONO) series. Directed by Jennifer Rose.
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. Directed by Scott P. Calhoon with Adrianne Knapp, Jason Spider Matthews, Jason Michael Swauger, and George Saulnier. Call (412) 320-4610 or check the website.
The Crucible 28 Oct.-7 Nov. by Stagecraft at the Gryphon Theatre, 22 Ghuznee Street, Wellington, New Zealand. Directed by Joshua Hopton-Stewart. Call (04) 385 0532 or check the website.
The Ride Down Mt. Morgan 23 Oct-8 Nov. by Dundas Little Theatre in Garstin Centre for the Arts, 37 Market St. S. Dundas, ON, Canada. Directed by Jo Skilton, with Ruth Flynn, Tim Hevesi, Andrea Adcock, Jennifer Barclay, and Dan Gariepy. Call 905-627-5266 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or check the website for more information.
The Crucible 29 Oct. -1 Nov. by Lone Star College-Kingwood, Humble, TX. Call 281-312-1532 or check the website.
All My Sons 21-31 Oct. by SUDS (Sydney University Drama Society) at the University of Sydney Union, in the Cellar Theatre, Sydney, Australia. Directed by Adam Waldman with Tess Green and Lauren Gale. Check the Facebook page.
The Crucible 13 October – 8 November 2015 by Theatre Calgary, at Max Bell Theatre, 220 – 9th Ave. S.E., Calgary, AB, Vancouver, Canada. Directed by R.H. Thomson, with Karl S. Sine, Claire Armstrong, Kevin Corey, Stephen Hair, Kelly Malcom, Graham Mothersill, Vanessa Sabourin. Set design by Cam Porteous.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, with Tad Cruz, Aryanna Hernandez, and Vaughn Mayer. Tickets on the door, call 408.741.4012 or check the website for more information.
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, with David Tarkenter, Pauline Turner, Jane McCarry, and Stewart Porter. Set Design by Lisa Sangster. The Last Yankee will also be part of the 2015 Mental Health Arts and Film Festival.
Death of a Salesman 16 Oct.-7 Nov. by Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, 719 Race Street, Cincinnati, OH. Directed by Brian Issac Philips, with Bruce Cromer, Annie Fitzpatrick, Jared Joplin, and Justin McCombs. Call 513 381 2273 or check the website.
The Crucible 10 Oct.-1 Nov. by New American Shakespeare Tavern, 499 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA. Directed by Jeff Watkins, with Matt Nitchie, Mary Russell, Rachel Frawley, Paul Hester, Troy Willis, Amanda Lindsey, and Drew Reeves. Call 404-874-5299 or check the website.
An 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.
The Crucible 16-24 Oct. by Pumphouse Players Inc., 114 W. Main St., Cartersville, GA. Call 770-387-2610 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 7-24 Oct. by White Rock Players, 1532 Johnston Rd, White Rock, BC, Canada. Directed by Ryan Mooney. Call +1 604-536-7535 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.
The Price 14-25 Oct. by Next Stage Theatre at State Theatre, PA. Directed by Elaine Meder-Wilgus, with Jeff Brown, Elaine Meder-Wilgus, John Austin, and Tom McClary. Call (814) 272-0606 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. Directed by Wendy C. Goldberg, with Benjamin David Reitemeier, Madeline Rouverol, Regan Moro, and Ryan Rosenheim. 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.
Death of a Salesman 7-24 Oct. by White Rock Players’ Club, in Coast Capital Playhouse, 1532 Johnston Rd. White Rock BC, Canada. Directed by Ryan Mooney, with Fred Partridge, Tom Gage, Edwin Perez, Jane Mantle, Ken Cross, and Brian Wilson. A special ‘Talk Back Thursday’ feature, Oct. 15, will allow audience members to discuss the show with the cast and the director immediately after the performance. Call 604-536-7535 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 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.
A View from the Bridge on 18 Oct. BBC3 Radio will air a new recording directed by Martin Jarvis, with Alfred Molina, Hector Elizondo, Jane Kaczmarek, Melissa Benoist, Reid Scott, and Matthew Wolf. Running time 1 hr 35 mins.
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.
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.
All My Sons 15-20 Oct. by Theatre @ UAFS at Breedlove Auditorium on the University Arkansas – Fort Smith campus, AR. Directed by Bob Stevenson, with Alex Sanders and Sara Kincannon. Also they will perform the play for the 2015 Kennedy Center’s American College Theater Festival for the state, which will be held on UAFS campus. That performance will take place at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 22. Call 479-788-7300 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. Set design by Scott Bradley. Call (206) 443-2222 or check the website.
The Hook 17 Oct. The new Unmade Movies series will broadcast on BBC Radio 4 drama slot on Saturday afternoon at 2.30pm on October 17, 24 and 31. The three plays produced will be a version of Heart of Darkness by Orson Welles, The Blind Man by Alfred Hitchcock and Ernest Lehman,and Miller’s The Hook (which will be broadcast on Miller’s birthday 17 Oct.). Adrian Noble will direct his first radio drama and David Suchet, Tim Pigott-Smith and Elliot Cowan all star.
Death of a Salesman 1-17 Oct. by Holland Civic Theatre, 50 W. Ninth St., Holland, MI. Directed by Directed by Jim Griffin, with Michael Culp, Sue Ann Culp, David Gries, and Shane Lynn. Call 616-396-2021 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.
Death of a Salesman 2-11 Oct. by Classic Theatre Guild, at Proctors Theatre, Schnectady, NY. Call 518.227.0154 or check the website.
The Creation of the World and Other Business 7-11 Oct. by UNK Theatre, in Fine Arts Building, Studio Theatre, University of Nebraska Kearney, 2506 12th Avenue, Kearney, NE. Directed by Kyle Mundil, with Mikayla Stephens, Andrew Shonka, Trisha Marie Miller, Tanner Peshek, Nathaniel Tiberius Baldwin, and Mikayla Stephenson. Set design by Darin Himmerich. Call (308) 865-8417 or check the website.
A View From The Bridge 6-11 Oct. by Texas State University’s Department of Theatre and Dance, in the Patti Strickel Harrison Theatre, 405 Moon Street, San Marcos, TX. Directed by Melissa Utley. Call (512) 245-6500 or check the website.
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. Set design by Ron Newell. Using color-blind casting. Call 216.321.2930 or check the website.
A View from the Bridge 2-11 Oct. by UIC School of Theatre & Music, in UIC Theatre, 1044 W. Harrison St., Chicago, IL Directed by Yasen Peyankov, with Bobby Campbell. Call 312-996-2939 or check the website.
The Crucible 1-4 Oct. by Creative Arts Theater, 15615 8th St., Victorville, CA. Call 760-963-3236 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.
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 Sons 12 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 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 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 18-27 Sept. by Shelby County Community Theatre, 801 Main Street, Shelbyville, IN. Directed by Jack Wann. Call 502-633-0222 or check the website.
All My Sons 1-26 Sept. by Rapture Theatre, Glasgow, Scotland, UK. This is a touring production that can be viewed at the following theaters: Theatre Royal Glasgow (1-5 September), Eden Court, Inverness (7-9 September), Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy (10-12 September), MacRobert Arts Centre, Stirling (17-18 September), and King’s Theatre, Edinburgh (22-26 September). Directed by Michael Emans, with Trudie Goodwin, Robbie Jack, Paul Shelley, Bryony Afferson, and Michael Moreland. call 07751048405 or check the Rapture Theatre website for more details (they have an introductory video with director and actors on the website).
Death of a Salesman 11-20 Sept. by Fremont Civic Theatre, 721 Main St, Cañon City, CO. Call:(719) 275-8989 or check the website.
The Man Who Had All the Luck, 2-26 Sept. by End of Moving Walkway at King’s Head Theatre, 115 Upper Street, Islington, London, UK. Directed by Paul Lichtenstern, with Jamie Chandler, Chloe Walshe, Alex Warner, and Keith Hill. Stage design by Claire Winfield and Tom Mowat. Check Moving Walkway’s website for more details, and call 0207 226 8561 or check the website of the King’s Head for tickets.
All My Sons 25-29 Sept. by Shorter University Theatre, 315 Shorter Ave, Rome, GA. Directed by Chad Daniel with Jordan Heath, Taylor Camp, Daniel Farias, Christine Barnes, and Kyle Coleman. Set design by Ted Thomas. Call (706) 233-7288 or (800) 868-6980, ext. 7288 or check the website.
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.
Broken Glass 5-27 Sept. by New Repertory Theatre, Arsenal Center for the Arts, 321 Arsenal St., Watertown (Boston), MA. Directed by Jim Petosa, with Jeremiah Kissel, Benjamin Evett, Anne Gottlieb, Christine Hamel, Michael Kaye, and Eve Passeltiner. Set design by Jon Savage.. Call 617-923-8487 or check the website. As part of their Spotlight Symposium series, “Examining Arthur Miller: How Life Influences Art” will take place on Sunday, September 20th at 4:30pm, following the matinee performance. Sue Abbotson, David Palmer, and Joshua Polster will be on the panel.
The Crucible 17-20 Sept. by Elm Street Arts, at Elm Street Cultural Arts Village, 8534 Main St, Woodstock, GA. With Brandon Wilkinson and Bennet Welch. Call (678) 494-4251 or check the website.
The Crucible 17-19 Sept. by Paramount Arts Center, 1300 Winchester Avenue, Ashland, KY. Call 606.324.0007 or check the website.
Elegy for a Lady 11-20 Sept. by Catch a Star Theatrical Players, Beaumont Womens Club, Community Center, 306 E. Sixth St., Beaumont, CA. Call 951-315-4253 or check the website.
All My Sons 11-19 Sept. by Back Alley Productions, at the Colonnade Performing Arts Center, 264 Catoosa Cir, Ringgold, GA. Directed by Zack Jordan, with James Reed and Kimberley Jones. Call (706) 935-9000 or check the website.
All My Sons 9-12 Sept. Dudley Little Theater, at Netherton Arts Centre, Northfield Road, Netherton, UK. Directed by Frank Martino. Call 01384 872583 or 07954 424555 or tickets can also be bought online at www.dudleylittletheatre.org
Death of a Salesman 27 Aug-5 Sept. by Gisborne Unity Theatre at their clubrooms on 209 Ormond Road, Mangapapa, New Zealand. Directed by Nick Smith, with James Packman and Elizabeth Boyce. Tickets at Stephen Jones Photography or at the door. Call +64 6-868 5625. Website has not been updated in a while.
The Crucible 20 Aug.-5 Sept. by Hendersonville Little Theatre, 229 S. Washington St., Hendersonville, NC. Directed by Tana Jencks, with Hamilton Goodman, India Furney, Jackie Roberts, Philip Packer, Rick Huhn, Richard Blue, and Kaitlin Jencks. Call 828-692-1082 or check the website.
All My Sons 26 Aug. and 2 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 Chung King-fai, Johnson Yu, Barry Chan, Ruby Chu, Gladys Wong, Guthrie Yip, Ngai Chi-hang, Patra Au, Mary Lee and Andy Tang. Call 2268 7325 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 16 July-2 Aug. by Ironweed Productions, Santa Fe, NM. Directed by Scott Harrison, the production features Campbell Martin, Elizabeth Wiseman, Peter Chapman, Jonathan Harrell, Larry Glaister, Jonathan Dixon, Nicholas Ballas, Mary Beth Lindsey, Warren Houghteling, Rod Harrison, Kirste Plunkett, Jody Durham and Maureen Dolan. Call (505) 988-4262 or check the website.
Incident at Vichy 27 July (staged reading) by Civic Ensemble Theatre, 127 Cleveland Avenue, Ithaca, NY. Directed by Beth Milles, with Theo Black, Matthew Brettschneider, JG Hertzler, Ci Herzog, Craig McDonald, Steve Pacek, Bruce Warren and Jacob White. Call (607) 241-0195 or check the website.
The Creation of the World and Other Business 23 July-8 Aug. by 9th Hour Theatre Company, 1102 Somerset St W #3, Ottawa, ON, Canada. Directed by Jonathan Harris, with George Dutch, Robin Guy, Johnny Eaton, Benoit Trudel, David Plouffe, and Mary Beth Pongrac. Stage design by Elizabeth Chant. Check the website.
The Crucible 17-26 July by Desert Foothills Theater, 34250 N 60th St, Scottsdale, AZ. Call (480) 488-1981 or check the website.
The Hook 5 June-25 July by Royal and Derngate theater in Northampton in 5-27 June, followed by a run at the Everyman Theatre in Liverpool in 1-25 July. Directed by James Dacre, with Jamie Sives.The play is adapted by Ron Hutchinson from Miller’s screenplay. Check their websites for more details: Northampton and Liverpool.
Death of a Salesman 15-16 July by Chats Productions, at the Jetty Memorial Theatre, Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia. Directed by Rex Madigan, with Brian Fitzsimons, Jan Strom, Andrew deWaard, and Marty Elliot. E-mail for info, or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 14 May-18 July at the Noël Coward Theatre, WC2, London. This is the transfer of the RSC production, directed by Gregory Doran with Antony Sher, Harriet Walter, and Alex Hassell. Set design by Stephen Brimson Lewis. Call 0844 482 5138 or check the website.
All My Sons 9-28 June by Guild Hall at John Drew Theater, 158 Main St, East Hampton, NY. Directed by Stephen Hamilton, with Alec Baldwin, Laurie Metcalf, Tuck Milligan, Caitlin McGee, and Ryan Eggold. Set design by Michael Carnahan, with original music by sound designer, David M. Brandenburg. Call (631) 324-0806 or check the website.
A View from the Bridge 19-28 June May by at Cité des Arts, 109 Vine Street, Lafayette, LA. Directed by Christy Leichty. Call (337) 291-1122 or check the website.
The Price 13 May-21 June by Olney Theatre Center, at the lab space, 2001 Olney-Sandy Spring Road, Olney, MD. Directed by Michael Bloom, with Charlie Kevin, Sean Haberle, Conrad Feininger, and Valerie Leonard. Set design by James Fouchard. Call 301-924-3400 or check the website. There will be a pre-show discussion at 5pm on May 16.
Death of a Salesman 23 May-20 June by Long Beach Playhouse, Mainstage, 5021 E Anaheim St, Long Beach, CA. Directed by Carl daSilva, with Karl Schott, Harriet Whitmyer, John Conway, Zachary Salene, and Skip Blas. Call (562) 494-1014 or check the website.
The Crucible 23 May-14 June by Eagle’s Nest Theatre Company, at Brunswick Scout Hall, 213 A Weston St., Brunswick, Victoria, Australia. Directed by Phil Roberts, with James Adler, Colin Craig, Zoë Amanda Wilson, Rebecca Morton, Sebastian Gunner, David Mcrae, and Hannah Bolt. Call +61 3 9384 6900 or check the website for more information, or click here for tickets.
Death of a Salesman 29 May-14 June by Porterville Barn Theater, 42 S Plano St, Porterville, CA. Directed by Dick Eckhoff. Call (559) 310-7046 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 5-14 June, by Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop, 437 Forestburgh Rd, South Fallsburg, NY. Call (845) 436-5336 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 29 May-14 June by Barn Theater, on Plano Street at Olive Avenue, Porterville, CA. Call (559) 310-7046 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 5-14 June by Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop, at Rivoli Theatre, 5243 Main St., South Fallsburg, NY. Call (845) 436-5336 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 1 May-7 June by Loft Ensemble, 929 East Second Street, #105, Los Angeles, CA. Call 213.680.0392 or check the website.
The Crucible 14 April-7 June, by University of Johannesburg Arts and Culture, at UJ Arts Centre Theatre, on UJ Kingsway Campus, Corner of Kingsway Avenue and University Road, Auckland Park, Johannesburg, South Africa. Directed by Alby Michaels, with Neels Clasen, Cindy Swanepoel, Jacques Bessenger, Chan Marti, and Lebohang Motaung. Set design by Wilhelm Disbergen, with music by Dawid Boverhoff. Call 0115594674 or check the website. Using masks, this production has one actor play both roles for the following: Abigail/Elizabeth, Reverend John Hale/Reverend Parris, Mrs Putnam/Rebecca Nurse and Mr Putnam/Giles Corey.
The Crucible 15 May-6 June by Hole in the Wall Theatre Company, 116 Main St. New Britain, CT. Directed by Kelley Mountzoures. Call (860) 229-3049 or check the website.
All My Sons 4 June a rehearsed reading by The Edge Theatre Ensemble Company at Heberton Hall (Keene Public Library Annex), 76 Winter St., Keene, NH. Directed by Kim Dupuis, with Dan Patterson, Catherine Behrens, Mark DiPietro, and Tara Sabino-Potter. Call (603) 352-5657 or check the website.
The Crucible 22-30 May by Acting Unlimited at Theatre 810, 810 Jefferson Street, Lafayette, LA. Call (337) 484-0172 or check their Facebook website.
The Crucible 11 April-24 May by Guthrie Theater, Wurtele Thrust Stage, 818 South 2nd Street, Minneapolis, MN. Directed by Joe Dowling, with Erik Heger, Michelle O’Neill, John Catron, Peter Michael Goetz, Stephen Yoakam, Greta Oglesby and Raye Birk. Call 612.377.2224, or check the website for more information.
The Crucible 8-23 May by Encore Theatre Company, 6978 Lebanon Road, Mt. Juliet TN. Directed by James Bealor. Call 615-598-8950 or check the website.
An Enemy of the People 15-24 May by Greater Shelby Community Theatre, Shelby, NC. Call (704) 480-8495 or check their Facebook page.
Death of a Salesman 14-25 May by YourTheatre, 1857 White Mountain Highway, North Conway, NH. Call 603.733.5275 or check the website.
The Crucible 1-17 May by Creative Theatre-Muddy Water Players at the Playhouse at Museum Village, Monroe, NY. Directed by Terri Weiss, with Alexa D’Amico, Sara Johnson, and Michael Frohnhoefer. Call (845) 294-9465 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 1-16 May by Dreamwell Theatre Company, 10 S. Gilbert St., Iowa City, IA in two locations. 1-2 May at First Street Community Center, Mt. Vernon and 8-16 May at Iowa Children’s Museum, Coralridge Mall. Directed by David Pierce, with Rip Russell, Krista Neumann, Matthew Falduto, and Brad Quinn. Call 319-423-9820, or check the website.
The Crucible 30 April-16 May by Canberra Repertory Society, at Theatre Three on Repertory Lane, Acton, ACT, Australia. Directed by Jordan Best, with Duncan Ley, Lexi Sekuless, Katy Larkin, and Zoe Priest. Set design by Michael Sparks. Call +61 2 6257 1950 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 24 April-16 May by Strollers Theatre Ltd. at Bartell Theatre, 113 East Mifflin Street, Madison, WI. Call (608) 661-9696 or check the website.
The American Clock 15 April-17 May by Redtwist, Bryn Mawr, Chicago, IL. Directed by Jan Ellen Graves, with Brian Parry, Aaron Kirby, Johnny Garcia, Debra Rodkin, Michael Sherwin, and Elizabeth Argus. (Revival of their 2005 production). Call 773 728 7529 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 15-16 May by Tamaqua Area Community Theatre, at Tamaqua Community Arts Center, 125 Pine Street, Tamaqua, PA. Directed by Bobby Callaway. Call 570 668 1192 or check the website.
All My Sons 14-16 May by Stanford Theater Laboratory, Kennedy Grove, Stanford University, Stanford, CA. Directed by Allison Grove. Check their Facebook page for more information.
All My Sons 17 April-10 May by WaterTower Theatre, 15650 Addison Road, Addison, Texas. Directed by David Denson with Terry Martin, Diana Sheehan, Christopher Cassarino, and Tabitha Ray. Call 972.450.6230, or check the website.
All My Sons 2-8 May by The Questors Theatre, in the Judi Dench Playhouse, 12 Mattock Lane, Ealing , London, UK. With Roann McCloskey. Call 020 8567 5184 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 8-10 May by Port Huron Civic Theatre, 2625 Huckleberry Ln, Port Huron, MI. Call (810) 984-4014.
All My Sons 1-7 May by Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) in the The Roundhouse Theatre, 2 Bradford Street, Perth, WA, Australia. Directed by Tom Healey with Brittany Morel, Andrew Creer, Stephanie Panozzo, Hoa Xuande, and Bevan Pfeiffer. Set design by Sallyanne Facer and Madeleine Watt. Call +61 8 9370 6323 or check the website.
The Crucible 29 April-3 May at Helene Zelazo Center for the Performing Arts, University Of Wisconsin- Milwaukee, 2400 E. Kenwood Blvd. Milwaukee, WI. Call (414) 229-4308 or check the website.
A View from the Bridge 1-3 May by Glens Falls Community Theatre, in Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls, NY. Directed by Rene Roberge. Call (518) 792-1740 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 1-2 May by MTV Arts, at Knox County’s Memorial Theatre, 117 E. High Street, Mount Vernon, OH. Directed by Ian Fraser Ernsberger, with Bruce Jacklin, Cate Blair-Wilhelm, Aaron Moreland, Mike Andrews, and Richard McKinley. Call 740-358-0168 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 30 April-20 May by West Yorkshire Playhouse, Playhouse Square, Quarry Hill, Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK. Directed by Sarah Esdaile, with Marion Bailey, Sarah Ball, Nick Barber, Russell Bentley,Tomm Coles, Christopher Ettridge,Tom Hodgkins, Philip Jackson,Poppy Roe, Lex Shrapnel, Adam Venus and Maya Wasowicz. Set design by Francis O’Connor. Call 0113 213 7700 or check the website.
All My Sons 17 April-9 May by Pentacle Theatre, 145 Liberty St. NE, Salem, OR. Directed by Jeff Sanders, with Robert Herzog, David Ballantyne, Robynn Hayek, and Holly Beaman. Call 503-485-4300, or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 28 March- 2 May by The Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-Upon-Avon. Directed by Gregory Doran with Antony Sher, Harriet Walter, and Alex Hassell. Set design by Stephen Brimson Lewis. Call 0844 800 1110 or check the website. This production may also be transferring to the West End, dates TBA.
Death of a Salesman 10-18 April by Neuse Little Theatre, 104 South Front Street, Smithfield, NC. Directed by: Randy Jordan. Call (919) 934-1873 or check the website.
The Crucible 10-19 April by Merced Playhouse, 452 W. Main Street, Merced, CA. Call 209 725 8587 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 16-26 April by Jewish Theatre Grand Rapids, 2727 Michigan NE, Grand Rapids, MI. Call 616-234-3595, or check the website.
All My Sons 27 March-19 April 19 by Alley Theatre, 615 Texas Ave., at University of Houston, Houston, TX. Directed by Theresa Rebeck, with James Black and Josie de Guzman. Call 713.220.5700 or check the website.
The Archbishop’s Ceiling 24 March–19 April by Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, in their Black Box theater, 6901 Wadsworth Blvd., Arvada, Colorado. Directed by Brett Aune, with Michael Morgan, William Hahn, Rodney Lizcano, and Heather Lacy. Set design by Brian Mallgrave. Call 720-898-7200 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 1-26 April by San Jose Stage Company at The Stage. 490 South First Street, San Jose, CA. Directed by Ken Kelleher, with Randall King, Danny Jones, Lucinda Hitchcock Cone, Jeffrey Brian Adams, and Michael Bellino. Set design by Giulio Cesare Perrone. Call 408.283.7142 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 17-26 April by BarnDoor Productions, at Full Circle Theatre, 26 Craig Street, Perth, near Last Duel Park, Ontario, Canada. Call 613 267 1884 or check the website. Fittingly this is their 100th production and chose Miller’s greatest play in his Centennial year.
Death of a Salesman 17-25 April by Snowy Owl Theatre, at Icicle Creek Center for the Arts, 7409 Icicle Rd, Leavenworth, WA. Call (509) 548-6347 x47, or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 16-26 April, by Saint Joseph’s University Theatre Company, in Bluett Theatre, Saint Joseph’s University, 5600 City Ave., Philadelphia, PA. Call 610 660 1181 or check the website.
All My Sons 10-26 April by Attic Community Theatre, 2834 S. Fairview, Santa Ana, CA. Directed By Chris Marshall. Call 714-662-2525 or check the website.
The Crucible 22-25 April by Columbus State Community College, 550 E Spring St, Columbus, OH. Directed by Sonda Lewis. Call (614) 287-5353 or check the website.
The Crucible 8-18 April by CentreStage at Fitchburg State University, in Wallace Theatre for Performing Arts, 160 Pearl St, Fitchburg, MA. Directed by Richard McElvain. Call 978.665.3347 or check the website.
The Price 31 Mar.-26 Apr. by Artists Repertory Theatre, 1516 SW Alder, Portland. Directed by Adriana Baer, with Linda Alper, Michael Mendelson, Michael Elich, and Joseph Costa. Set design by Jack O’Brien. Call 503.241.1278 or check the website. Join the cast and crew for a post-show discussion after the 2pm matinees on April 5, 12, 15, 19, 26. There will be an ASL-interpreted post-show discussion on April 25.
All My Sons 2 March-26 April by Front Row Theatre Company, Harrison College House, University of Pennsylvania, PA. Directed by Alex Polyak. Message on Facebook or check the website.
All My Sons 12 Feb.-25 April by Talawa Theatre Company, around the UK, is reviving its all-black 2013 production (co-produced with Manchester’s Royal Exchange Theatre) for a national tour, with beginning performances at Ipswich’s New Wolsey Theatre for 12-21st Feb. Call 01473 295 900. It will subsequently tour to Cambridge Arts Theatre (24-28 Feb. Call 01223 503 333), Salisbury Playhouse (3-7 March. Call 01722 320 333), Watford Palace Theatre (10-14 March. Call 01923 225 671), Oxford Playhouse (17-21 March. Call 01865 305 305), Birmingham Rep (24-28 March. Call 0121 236 4455), Richmond Theatre in South West London (31 March-5 April. Call 0844 871 7615), Colchester Mercury Theatre (14-18 April. Call 01206 573 948), and Malvern Theatres (Festival Theatre) (21-25 April. Call 01684 892 277). Directed by Michael Buffong, with Ray Shell, Doña Croll, Kemi Bo-Jacobs, Leemore Marrett Jr., and Ashley Gerlach. Stage design by Ellen Cairns. For further details and to book tickets, visit their website.
The Crucible 10-18 April by Studio Theatre, Ashley Road, Salisbury, Wiltshire, UK. Directed by Peter Kelly with John Davis, Emily Prince, Kevin Murdoch, Laura Melville, Ellie Webber, Harvey Munnery and Tim Greathead. Set design by Peter Kelly. Call 01722 342860 or check the website.
A View from the Bridge 20 March-11 April by Schoolcraft College, 1751 Radcliff St, Garden City, MI. Directed by Jason Kallas, with Marks Philips, Ronya Mallad, Cinamon Cowper, Tom Posler, Jack Cowper, and Bridget Coletta as Mrs. Alfieri . Call 734-462-4596 or check the website.
A View from the Bridge 11 Feb.-11 April (transfer of the Young Vic’s much praised spring 2014 production), Wyndham’s Theatre, Charing Cross Road, London, UK. Directed by Ivo van Hove, with Mark Strong, Nicola Walker, Michael Gould, Emun Elliott, Phoebe Fox, and Luke Norris. Design and Light by Jan Versweyveld. Call 020 7922 2922 or 0844 482 5120, or check the website (which has an interesting 55 sec. trailer that will give you a sense of the production’s design).
Playing For Time 12 March-4 April by The Crucible Theatre, 55 Norfolk Street, Sheffield, UK. Directed by Richard Beecham, with Kate Adams, Pascale Burgess, Imogen Daines, Christopher Staines, Amanda Hadingue, Melanie Heslop, Kate Lynn-Evans, Danny Scheinmann, and Siân Phillips. To mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz and the centenary of the playwright’s birth. Call 0114 249 6000 or check the website.
All My Sons 6-29 March by Cherry Creek Theatre, at the Shaver-Ramsey Carpet Gallery, 2414 East Third Avenue, Denver, CO. Directed by by Bernie Cardell with Ken Street, Darcy J. Kennedy, Kaitlyn Althoff, and Alex Handloff. Call (303) 800-6578 or check the website.
All My Sons (in Cantonese, translation by Dominic Cheung) 27-29 March, presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department and produced by the Hong Kong Federation of Drama Societies at the Auditorium, Ko Shan Theatre New Wing, Ko Shan Road, Hung Hum, Hong Kong. Directed by Luther Fung, with Chung King-fai, Patra Au, Guthrie Yip, Lai Yuk-ching, Johnson Yu, Mary Lee, Barry Chan, Ruby Chu, Andy Tang and Ngai Chi-hang. Call 2111 5999 or visit www.urbtix.hk.
Death of a Salesman 12-28 March by Nashville Repertory Theatre at at Andrew Johnson Theater at Tennessee Performing Arts Center, 505 Deaderick St., Nashville, TN. Directed by René D. Copeland, with Chip Arnold, Rona Carter, Eric Pasto-Crosby and, Matt Garner. Set design by Gary Hoff. Call 615 782-6560 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 13-28 March by Dover Little Theatre, 69 Elliott Street, Dover, NJ. Directed by Claire Bochenek, with Bob Scarpone, Kate Daly, Michael Reddin, and Michael Jay. Call 973-328-9202 or check the website.
All My Sons 13-28 March by New Century Players, 11022 SE 37th, Milwaukie, OR. Directed by Colin Murray, with Dorinda Toner, and Ron Palmblad. Call (503) 367-2620 or check the website.
The Crucible 28-29 March as a ballet by Civic Ballet of San Luis Obispo at Spanos Theatre, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, CA. Directed by Drew Silvaggio (who describes his ballet as a broad interpretation of the story in dance with modern choreography and a 20th-century pop and rock soundtrack), with Helen Dismoor, Ryan Beck, Jena Lee, Dana Lossing, Faith Brown, and Josh Ekblom. Set design by Sean true and costumes by Rosemary Canfield. Call 756-4849 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 13-22 March at San Joaquin Delta College, Alred H. Muller Studio Theatre, 5151 Pacific Ave, Stockton, CA. Directed by Harvey Jordan, who also plays Willy, alongside Jane Dominik as Linda. Call (209) 954-5110 or check the website.
All My Sons 6-22 March by Germantown Community Theater, 3037 S Forest Hill-Irene Rd, Germantown, TN. Directed by John Maness. Call (901) 754-2680 or check the website.
All My Sons 6-22 March Curtain Call Inc., 1349 Newfield Avenue, Stamford, CT. Directed by John Atkin with Joseph Caputo, Greg Chrzczon, Robert Rosado, Alexandria Clapp, John Ponzini, Karen Pope, Katie Bookser, Robie Livingstone, James Avery and Christopher Beaurline. Set design is by Peter Barbieri Jr. Call (203) 461-6358 ext. 13. or check the wesbite.
An Enemy of the People 25 Feb.-15 March by PlayMakers Repertory Company, Center for Dramatic Art, Chapel Hill, NC. Directed by Tom Quaintance, with Michael Bryan French, Tony Newfield, David Adamson, Benjamin Curns, Julia Gibson, Allison Altman, and Jeffrey Blair Cornell. Set design by McKay Coble. Call 919.962.7529 or check the website.
The Crucible 1 March-4 April by Shawnee Playhouse, 552 River Rd, Shawnee on Deleware, PA. Call (570) 421-5093 or check the website.
The Crucible 26-29 March, by Studio 1, in Sarah MacMillan Brown Theatre, 1332 Plaza Dive, Burlington, NC. Directed by Ashley Phipps. E-mail or or check the website.
The Price 11 Feb.-22 March by Center Theatre Group at Mark Taper Forum, Music Center, 135 North Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA. Directed by Garry Hynes, with Kate Burton, John Bedford Lloyd, Sam Robards, and Alan Mandell. Call 213 628 2772 or check the website.
An Enemy of the People 20-21 March by CU Theater at Cornerstone University, Matthews Auditorium, Grand Rapids Theological Seminary, 3000 Leonard NE, Grand Rapids, MI. Directed by, with Elijah Anderson, Matt Praschan, Caleb Joyce, Meredith Sweet, Joshua Panaggio, and Audrey Wierenga. E-mail or check the website.
The Crucible 5-8 March by ARTS at Midland University in Kimmel Theatre, Midland University, Fremont, NE. Call 402-941-6399 or check the website.
All My Sons 6-14 March by JCC Uncommoners, in Robert Lee Scharmann Theatre at Jamestown Community College, 525 Falconer Street, Jamestown, NY. Call 716.338.1153 or check the website.
The Crucible 5-8 March in Kimmel Theatre at Midland University on the corner of 8th and Irving in Fremont, NE. Call 402.941.6399 or check the website.
All My Sons 5-7 March by Jewish Theatre Ensemble, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL. Check website for tickets and information.
“Elegy for A Lady” along with Edward Albee’s “The Zoo Story” 12-13- March by Suitcase Theatre, Studio Theatre at Flint High School, Flint, Cheshire, UK. Check their Facebook or call 01978 845912.
View from the Bridge 4-14 March by The Touring Consortium Theatre Company with York Theatre Royal; opens in Nottingham on 4 March 2015, and then visits Cheltenham, Darlington, Wolverhampton, Bradford, Coventry and Edinburgh. 10-14 March at Cheltenham’s Everyman Theatre, Regent Street, Cheltenham, UK. Directed by Stephen Unwin, with Jonathan Guy Lewis, Michael Brandon, Teresa Banham, Daisy Boulton, Philip Cairns, and James Rastall. Stage design by Liz Ascroft. For Cheltenham, call 01242 572573 or check the website.
All My Sons 26 Feb.-8 March, by Shreveport Little Theatre, 811 Margaret Pl, Shreveport, LA. Directed by Richard Folmer, with Shawn Dion, Ginger D. Folmer, Miles Jay Oliver, Cara Johnston, Bo Harris, Sloan Folmer, Debbie Posey, David McCart, Holly McCart and Mathew Born. Set design by Chris Gonzales. Call (318) 424-4439 or check the website.
The Crucible 25 Feb.-1 Mar. by Riverland Community College (Austin), Frank Bridges Theatre, 1900 8th Avenue NW, Austin, MN . Directed by Lindsey Duoos Williams, with Jake Berndt, Jodie Bratager, Sarah Collett, Ben Deines, Ellie Dyke, Alexa Ferguson, Randy Forster, Karina Hernandez, Tyler Holz, Zack Huggan, Krista Johnson, Kylie Larson, Emily McAlister, Lindsey McAlister, Jacob Mueller, Claire Olson, Kristy Marie Possin, Amoe Sato, Robert Stangler, Jonathan Stowell, Bry Thorson, Vic Wylde, Danny Ziebell and James Zschunke. Set design by Mark Spitzer. Call 507-433-0595 or check the website.
The Crucible 26 Feb-1 Mar by Lenoir-Rhyne Playmakers, at Lenoir-Rhyne University, in P.E. Monroe Auditorium, 625 7th Ave NE, Hickory, NC. Directed by Josh Yoder. Call 828-328-PLAY or check the website.
All My Sons 19 Feb.-1 March by University of Rhode Island Theatre Department, Fine Arts Center, 105 Upper College Road, Kingston, RI. Call 401.874.5843 or check the website.
All My Sons 20-28 Feb. by Stage Door Productions, Kitt Creative Studio, 810 Caroline St. Fredericksburg, VA. Directed by Olivia Finnegan, with Dave Mills, Kimberly Kemp, and Matt Armentrout. Call (540) 903-3808 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 25-28 Feb. by Sheffield University Theatre Company. Call 0114 222 8676 or check the website.
The Crucible 13-28 Feb. by Pioneer Theatre, University of Utah, 300 S. 1400 E., Salt Lake City, UT. Directed by Charles Morey, with Claire Brownell, Fletcher McTaggart, Madison Micucci, Paul Kiernan, Philip Kerr, and J. Todd Adams. Set designed by Gary English. Call 801 581 6961 or check the website.
All My Sons 13-22 Feb. by Wig and Buckle Theater Company, Lebanon Valley College, Annville, PA. Directed by Kevin Pry, with Chris Dunlap, Lacey Eriksen, Blace Newkirk, and Hannah Brough. Call 717-867-6162, or check the website.
The Crucible 14-22 Feb. by Kankakee Valley Theatre, 844 S Lincoln Ave, Kankakee, IL. Directed by Josh Hedding-Hess, with Scott Porter, Tessa Dattilo, Vicky Morr, Louis Wood, Robert Bishir, Meghan Martin, and Miles Q. Turner. Call (815) 935-8510 or check the website.
A View from the Bridge 15 Jan-14 Feb. by Octagon Theatre, Howell Croft South, Bolton, UK. Directed by David Thacker with Colin Connor, Tristan Brooke, Barbara Drennan, David Nabil Stuart,
Patrick Poletti, James Quinn, Russell Richardson, Eamonn Riley, and Natasha Davidson. Set design by Ciaran Bagnall. Call 01204 520661 or check the website.
All My Sons 4-15 Feb. by by Swine Palace Performances in Claude L. Shaver Theatre, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA. Directed by Jane Page, with Terry Layman, and Jane Skinner. Call 225-578-3527 or check the website.
The Crucible 30 Jan-7 Feb. by Guilford College Theatre Studies Dept., in the Sternberger Auditorium, 5800 West Friendly Avenue, Guilford College, Greensboro, NC. Directed by Jack Zerbe, with Nina Troy. Call (336) 316-2414 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 15 January-1 Feb. by Lauren-Reilly Eliot Company at Cité des Arts, 109 Vine Street, Lafayette, LA. Directed by Cooper Helm, with Mitch Barry, Andre Hawk LaFleur, Scott Gremillion and Carmen DeMahy Nicholson. Call (337) 291-1122 or check the website.
The Crucible 17-25 Jan. by Little Theatre of Wilkes-Barre, 537 North Main Street, Wilkes Barre, PA. Directed by Dave Parmelee, with John Beppler, Deirdre Lynch, Paul Winarski, Tom Franko, John Sherrick, Liza Zurek, and Emily Thomas. 18 Jan. will have a post-show talkback led by Miller scholar, Steve Marino. Call (570) 823-1875 or check the website.
All My Sons 9-24 Jan. by Aiken Playhouse, 126 Newberry Street SW, Aiken, SC. Directed by Maureen Woltermann, with Mariah Gardner. Call (803) 648-1438 or check the website.
The Creation of The World and Other Business 21-31 January by Players’ Theatre, 3480 McTavish, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Directed by Kristen Kephalas, with Alec MacMillan, Frederic Rosenthal, Anna Queen, Lucas Amato, Clay Walsh, and Adam Almeida. Call 514-398-6813 or check their Facebook page or website.
Death of a Salesman 16-25 Jan. by Ten Bucks Theatre, at the Cyrus Pavilion Theatre, University of Maine at Orono, ME. Directed by Julie Arnold Lisnet, with Mark Bilyk, Richard Brucher, Sandy Cyrus, Ron Lisnet, Moira Beale, Nathan Roach, Todd McKinley, Gregory and Brittney McElvaine, Abby Roseberry Rice, Bunny Barclay, Randy Hunt, and Padraic Harrison. Call (207) 884-1030 or check the website.
The Price 26 Dec.-11 Jan. by Fringe Theatre of Key West, Mel Fisher Maritime Museum (The Garret), 200 Greene Street, Key West, FL. Directed by Murphy Davis. Call (786) 529-2281 or check the website.
The Crucible 14-18 Jan. By National Theatre of China at National Center for the Performing Arts, Beijing, China. Directed by Wang Xiaoying, with Zhang Qiuge. Call 8610-66550000 or check the website for more information.
The Crucible 12 Dec.-25 Jan by the Sport for Jove Theatre Company at Bella Vista Farm, Elizabeth Macarthur Dr, Bella Vista, NSW, Australia. Directed by Damien Ryan, with Julian Garner, Georgia Adamson, Anthony Gooley, Lizzie Schebesta, Matilda Ridgway, Philip Dodd, and Matt Edgerton. Set design by Anna Gardiner. Check the website for tickets and more information.
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