This ongoing database has been collecting information on Miller productions around the globe since 1999. There are only a few entries for each of the first few years, but as the internet made it easier to advertise and find productions, each year’s list has grown longer (as well as there being a growth in productions of Miller’s plays). The current year’s completed productions are here, and you can access tables listing previous years back to 1999 from the table at the bottom of the page. Note: An Enemy of the People is only listed where they are performing Miller’s translation of Ibsen’s play.
The Crucible 16-19 Aug. by Malvern Theatres Young Company, at Malvern Theatres, Grange Road, Malvern, Worcestershire, UK. Directed by Nic Lloyd. Free, but book ahead. Call 01684 892277 or check the website for more information.
A View from the Bridge 21 July-10 Aug. by Hope Summer Repertory Theatre at Hope College in the DeWitt Center main theater, 141 East 12th Street, Holland, MI. Directed by David Colacci, with Steve Cardamone, Susan Ericksen, Lea Sevola, Skye Edwards, and Mischa Aravena. Call (616) 395-7890 or check the website.
The Crucible 27 July 6-Aug. by Princeton Summer Theatre (PST), Princeton University, NJ. Directed by Nico Krell, with Christopher Damen, BenDiamond, Peter Giovine, Alexandra Holden, Robby Keown, Abby Melick, and Meagan Raker. Call 732-997-0205 or check the website. Done with just 7 actors in modern dress on a mostly bare stage, the group also “reads” parts of the text, including Miller’s descriptions (reminiscent of Word Baker’s 1958 production with “The Reader”).
The Crucible 27 July-6 Aug. by Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts, 2515 E. Center Street, Warsaw, IN. With Riley McFarland, Kira Lace Hawkins, McKenzie Kurtz, Blake R. Bojewski, Ben Ahlers, Allsun O’Malley, and Mike Yocum. Call 574 267 8041 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 26 July-6 Aug. as part of the Milyang Summer Performance Arts Festival, Milyang City, Gyeongsangnam-do Province, South Korea. With Lee Soon-jae and Sohn Sook. Call 055 355 2308 or see the website (in Korean) for more information.
All My Sons (Mai se Badhkar) 5-6 Aug. by Yuva Theatre Group from Jalandhar, at Punjab Naatshala, Opposite Khalsa College, GT Road, Guru Arjun Nagar, Guru Arjan Dev Nagar, Amritsar, Punjab, India. Another performance 10 Aug. at the Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya in Jalandhar. Directed by Ankur Sharma, with Ankur Sharma, Anjali Misra, Sanya Batta and Govind Verma. Performed in a Hindi adaptation by Ankur Sharma. Call 8195000600, (+91) or check the website.
The Price (El Preu) 8 June-30 July in a translation by Neus Bonilla and Carme Camacho for Teatre Goya, Carrer de Joaquín Costa, 68, 08001 Barcelona, Spain. Directed by Sílvia Munt, with Pere Arquillué, Ramon Madaula, Lluís Marco, and Rosa Renom. Stage design by Enric Planas .Call +34 933 43 53 23 or check the website.
The Crucible 14-30 July by the Barn Players, 6219 Martway, Mission, KS. Directed by Dave Martin, with Andy Penn, Jessica Franz, Lauren Hambleton, Phil Howard, Scott Shaw, Emma Cook, and Michael Juncker. Call (913) 432-9100 or check the website.
The Crucible (Ward’s opera) 13-28 July by GLOW Lyric Theatre as part of their Summer Festival Season in the Fine Arts Center black box theater, 102 Pine Knoll Drive, Greenville, SC. Directed by Jenna Tamisiea, with Melissa Parks, Hugo Vera, Ryan Allen, Nicholas Hawkins, and Tierney Breedlove. Call 864-558-GLOW, or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 14-23 July by Theatre Mitu, in the Fishman Space at BAM Fisher, 321 Ashland Place, Brooklyn, NY. Directed by Rubén Polendo, with Justin Nestor, Kayla Asbell, Corey Sullivan, Denis Butkus and Attilio Rigotti, and the voices of Bryce Dallas Howard, Jenni-Lynn Brick, Ryan West, Ben Fox, Aysan Celik, Nathan Baesel, Mark D. Schultz, Jason Lew, Ada Westfall, Jenny Donoghue (in this innovative production several characters are replaced by inanimate objects). Set design by Kate Ashton and Rubén Polendo. Call 646.543.MITU (6488) or check the website, where they also have several photographs of the production. Tickets are $25 General Admission, $15 for Students, and can be purchased at www.artful.ly/mitu.
Broken Glass 14 June-19 July by Theatre J, Jewish Community Center, 1529 16th Street NW,Washington DC. Directed by Aaron Posner, with Lise Bruneau, Kimberly Gilbert, Greg Linington, Paul Morella, Stephen PatRick Martin, and Michele Osherow. Call 202 777 3210 or check the website. This production received a $10,000 Art Works grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. Audiences will see rarely available images of stories from American newspapers projected directly onto the set. Projection Designer Mark Costello has worked with staff specialists at the Holocaust Memorial Museum to gain access to source materials, including pictures by amateur photographers and from personal collections of pre-war Jewish life, of anti-Semitic graffiti, and of closed Jewish storefronts.
All My Sons 16 July, staged reading at Bagaduce Theatre, The Fowler Farm, 176 Mills Point Rd, Brooksville, ME. Call (207) 801-1536 or check the website for more information.
Death of a Salesman touring 2 May-15 July [opening postponed: originally 8-29 April at Royal and Derngate, Guildhall Rd, Northampton, UK, after the sad news of Tim Piggott-Smith’s death on April 7th the run has been shortened but will take place]. Shows in Northampton have been postponed to June, and the play will now open in Cambridge, ahead of the UK tour. New dates: Cambridge (2-6 May), Bath (9-13 May), Malvern (23-27 May), Exeter (30 May-3 June), Northhampton (13-17 June), Edinburgh (20-24 Jun), Truro (27 June-1 July), Guildford (4-8 July), and Oxford (11-15 July)–check this website for theatres and box-office contacts. Directed by Abigail Graham, with Nicholas Woodeson as Willy Loman. Also starring Tricia Kelly, George Taylor, Ben Deery, Mitchell Mullen, and Geff Francis. Set design by Georgia Lowe, with music composed by Giles Thomas. Call +44 1604 624811 or check the Royal and Derngate website.
Incident at Vichy 7-25 June by Finborough Theatre, now transferred for an extended run to King’s Head Theatre, 115 Upper St, London, UK. Directed by Phil Willmott, with Edward Killingback, Lawrence Boothman, PK Taylor, Michael Skellern, Timothy Harker, Brendan O’Rourke, Jeremy Gagan, Henry Wyrley-Birch and James Boyd. Call 0207 226 8561 or check the website for more information.
A View from the Bridge 22-25 June as part of the Greenwich and Docklands International Festival, at Peninsula Quays, Greenwich Peninsula, London, SE10. Belgian company De Roovers will present the UK premiere their adaptation of Arthur Miller’s A View from The Bridge. In a new English translation, Miller’s story about dock workers in search of the American dream will be set against the backdrop of a modern London riverscape. De Roovers, founded in 1994, is a theatre ensemble that works without a director. Starting with challenging material–either classical or contemporary–the actors make and perform theatre that, through compelling text, innovative approaches to design and an urgent performance style, examines issues that are socially relevant. Tickets: £15, £12 (concessions) from gdif.eventbrite.co.uk. Limited number of free standby tickets available on the door (Queue from 8pm).
The Price 25 June (two performances 3pm and 7pm) by Majestic Reader’s Theatre, 115 SW 2nd Street, Corvallis, OR. Directed by John Sams, with Laura Blackwell, Robert Best, Rob Otrembiak, and Dick Weinman. Call 541-738-7469 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 15-18 June by Olean Theatre Workshop, 702 Washington Street, Olean, NY. Directed by Jake Riggs, with Paul Nelson, Sarita Schwindler, Al Bernstein, Steve Ahl, Bob Riggs, and Pab Sungenis. Call 716.373.SHOW or check the website.
The Crucible 17 Feb.–17 June by Sell a Door in association with Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg at Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch, UK (17 Feb.-11 March: Call 01708
443333 or go to website before touring the UK and Luxembourg: Orchard Theatre, Dartford (14-18 March: Call 01322 220000 or go to website), Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham (20-25 March: Call 01242 572573 or go to website), His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen (28 March-1st April: Call 01224 641122 or go to website), Les Théâtres de la Ville, Luxembourg (6-8 April: Go to website), Richmond Theatre (11-15 April: Call 0870 060 6651 or go to Box Office Richmond, Theatre Royal Brighton (24-29 April: Call 0844 871 7650 or go to Box Office Brighton), Manchester Opera House, Manchester (8-13 May Call 0844 871 7650 or go to Box Office Manchester Opera House), New Theatre, Cardiff, Wales (23-27 May: Call 029 2087 8889 or go to website), New Alexandra Theatre, Office New Alexandra Theatre) and Theatre Royal, Glasgow, Scotland (12-17 June Call 0844 871 7647 or go to Box Office Theatre Royal Glasgow). Directed by Douglas Rintoul, with Eoin Slattery, Victoria Yeates, Charlie Condou, Cornelius Clarke, and in some unusual doubling, Augustina Seymour (as both Mary Warren and Rebecca Nurse!), Diana Yekinna (as Tituba and Mercy Lewis) and Eleanor Montgomery (as Susanna Walcott and Ann Putnam). Tickets also for sale here.
Elegy for a Lady 15 June by Food for Thought Productions, at Chez Josephine, 414 West 42nd. Street, New York, NY (in a double-bill with For Your Pleasure Madame by Susan Charlotte). Call 646-366-9340 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 2-10 June by Theater 7, in Indiana Theatre, Terre Haute, IN. Directed by Arthur Feinsod, with Brad Venable, Susan Monts-Bologna, Ethan Alltop, Maverick Schmit, Dennis Black, and Myles Hesse. Plays with African American next-door neighbors, and with Stanley’s as a jazz club lounge with singer. Stage design by David Erickson. Check the website for more information.
Salesman by Theater 7
Incident at Vichy 2-11 June by EastLine Productions, Wantagh Avenue (between Sunrise Highway and Merrick Road), Wantagh NY. Directed by Daniel C. Higgins, with John Torres, Gary Tifeld, Matt Paris, Peter Goike, Angelo DiBiase, Michael Sherwood, Barry Kaplan, and John Rowe. Call 516-749-5047 or check the website.
The Crucible 8-10 June by Abergavenny Theatre Group at Borough Theatre, Cross Street, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales, UK. Directed by Phil Greenwood. Call 01873 850805 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 19 May-4 June by LiveArts in Gibson Theater, 123 East Water Street, Charlottesville, VA. Directed by Bill Rough, with Steve Tharp, Debra Drummond, Martyn Kyle, Taylor Ballard, Richard Cooper, Karl Pfefferkorn, Matt Yohe, and Winston Smith. Set design by Jerry King. Call 434.977.4177 ext. 123, or check the website. Review here.
All My Sons 26-28 May by The Autumn Players as part of the Readers Theatre Showcase at Asheville Theatre, at Reuter Center on University of North Carolina at Asheville campus, Asheville, NC. Directed by Deborah Austin. Call (828) 254-1320 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 11-28 May by Empire Stage, 1140 N Flagler Dr, Fort Lauderdale, FL. Call (954) 678-1496 or check the website.
A View from the Bridge 24 -27 May by ProToCol, St. Martin’s Church, West Stockwell Street, Colchester, Essex, UK. Directed by Richard Conrad and Joseph Lyndon, with Tim Freeman, Sara Jane Derrick, Ella D’Arcy Jones, Jack Pook, and Jonathan Davis. Check the website for more information.
A View from the Bridge 27 May by Playlliol (Oxford University Dramatic Society) at the Pilch Studio, Jowett Walk, Oxford, UK. Directed by Isabel Ion and Alice Camilleri, with Hasan Al-Habib, John Maier, Emma Howlett, Jordan Charlesworth, and Tania Shew. Check the
All My Sons 13-21 May by Stagecrafters, at Sharonville Cultural Arts Center, 11165 Reading Road, Cincinnati, OH. Call (513) 909-6918 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 20 April-21 May by Pittsburgh Public Theatre, 621 Penn Avenue, Pittsburg, PA. Directed by Mary B. Robinson, with Zach Grenier, Kathleen McNenny, Alex Mickiewicz, Maxwell Eddy, Randy Kovitz, and Tuck Milligan. Set design by James Noone. Call 412-316-1600 or check the website.
Enemy of the People 21 May (staged reading) by Actors Ensemble of Berkeley at Temple Beth Hillel, Richmond, CA. Directed by Michael R. Cohen. Check the website.
A View from a Bridge by Canberra Repertory Society
A View from the Bridge 3-20 May by Canberra Repertory Society, at Theatre 3, 3 Repertory Lane, Acton, Australia. Directed by Chris Baldock, with Knox Peden, Chris Zuber, Karina Hudson, Alexander Clubb, Karen Vickery, Tegan Braithwaite, David Bennett, Grant Simpson, Liz St Clair Long, and Peter Harvey. Set design by Chris Baldock. Call +61 2 6247 4222 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 12-20 May by Central Park Players at Grand Haven Community Center, 421 Columbus Ave., Grand Haven, MI. Directed by Mike Vogas. Call 616 843 3906 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 5-21 May by Blackfriars Theatre, 795 East Main Street, Rochester, NY. Directed by Brian Coughlin, with David Munnell, Patricia Lewis, Danny Hoskins, David Andreatta, Jack Simel, and Peter Doyle. Call (585) 454-1260 or check the website.
A View from the Bridge 16 March-20 May by Shelton Theatre, 533 Sutter St., San Francisco, CA. Call 800 838 3006 or check the website.
Broken Glass 26-29 April by Adel Players at Adel War Memorial Association, Church Lane, Adel, Leeds, UK. Directed by Beth Duce, with Rob Colbeck, Dianne Newby, David Lancaster, Janet Porter, Owen Carey Jones, and Jane Claire. Call 0113 2755585 or check the website. This production also won several awards at the Wharfedale Festival of Theatre: the William Whiteley Salver for Best Play, Rob Colbeck won Best Actor, Dianne Newby Best Actress, Best Stage Presentation for David Newby, and Best Programme design for Beth Duce and Shell Peart.
All My Sons 12-21 May by Bellport Playcrafters, at the Boys & Girls Club facility at 471 Atlantic Ave, Bellport, NY (Long Island). Directed by James Carey with Ron Kagel, Catherine Maloney, Glenn J. Beck, Alicia James, Vincent Rasulo, Len DeLorenzo, Christina Fink, Dan Schaaf, Kelly Schmidt, and Matthew McManus Kern. Check the website for tickets or more information.
Death of a Salesman 27 April-13 May by Domino Theatre, in The Davies Foundation Auditorium, 52 Church St., Kingston, ON, Canada. Call 530-2050 or check the website.
The Crucible 2-13 May by John Abbott College Professional Theater, in Casgrain Theatre, Casgrain Building (off rue Maple), 21,275 Lakeshore Road, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec, Canada. Directed by Terry Donald. Call 1-800-838-3006 or check the website.
The Price previews 16 Feb., opening 16 March-7 May–EXTENDED through to May 14th, by The Roundabout Theater Company, American Airlines Theater, 227 W 42nd St, New York, NY. Directed by Terry Kinney, with Tony Shalhoub (Walter), Mark Ruffalo (Victor), Jessica Hecht (Esther), and Danny DeVito (Solomon). Set design by Derek McLane. Call (212) 719-1300 or check the website. Mark Ruffalo replaced John Turturro, who had to bow out due to film commitments.
Scenes from The Price by Roundabout Theater Company
All My Sons 11-13 May by The New Ross Drama Workshop, St. Michael’s Theatre, South Street, New Ross, Wexford, Ireland. Directed by Margaret Rossiter, with Ivan Dungan, Martina Kavanagh, Edward Hayden, Peter O’ Connor, Seona O’ Connor and Peter Rothwell. Set designed by Terry Brennan & Macdara Murray. Call 051-421255 or check the website.
The Crucible 10 May, a staged reading by Second Wednesday Theater at Cotuit Center for the Arts is at 4404 Falmouth Road (Route 28), Cotuit, MA. Directed by Laura Garner with Brett Baird, Mrs. Stephen Doyle, Anna McEntee, Peter Cook, Celia Krefter Wills, Robert Bock, and Cleo Zani. Admission is free.
The Crucible 27 April-7 May by Cloverdale Playhouse, in the Elizabeth Crump Theatre, 960 Cloverdale Rd, Montgomery, AL. Directed by Sarah Adkins, with Kalonjki Gilchrist, Amber Baldwin, and. Mariah Reilly. Call (334) 262-1530 or check the website. This production takes place in Salem of 2092, in a post-apocalyptic society that has returned to its Puritanical roots.
All My Sons 21 April-6 May by Carrollwood Players on their Mainstage, 4333 Gunn Highway, Tampa, FL. Call 813-265-4000 or check the website.
All My Sons 28 April-7 May by Plaza Theatre, on Monterey Square, 120 S. Houston Street, Wharton, TX. Directed by Reagan Wrench. Call (979) 282-2226 or check thewebsite.
A View from the Bridge 2 May playreading by The Caltech Playreaders, at Caltech Athenaeum in the Hall of Associates, 551 South Hill Avenue, Pasadena, CA. Directed by John Davidson. Call 626-395-8204 for reservations if you wish to dine beforehand, or check the website for more information.
The Crucible 28-30 April, by Franklin Performing Arts Company at The Black Box, 15 W. Central St., Franklin, MA. Call 508-528-3370 or check the website.
The Crucible 21-29 April by Theatre Department at University of Southern Mississippi, 118 College Drive, Hattiesburgin Martha R. Tatum Theatre, MS. Directed by Corey Bradberry, with Robinson J. Cyrprian, Haley Beasley, Jonathan Damare, and Taylor Hanes. Call 601.266.5418 or check the website.
Incident at Vichy 14-28 April by Greenfield Community College, 1 College Dr, Greenfield, MA. Directed by Tom Geha. Check the website for more information.
Incident at Vichy 28 March-22 April by Finborough Theatre, 118 Finborough Rd, Kensington, London, UK. Directed by Phil Willmott (who previously directed Finborough’s successful sold-out 2012 production of The American Clock), with Edward Killingback, Gethin Alderman, Lawrence Boothman, PK Taylor, Michael Skellern, Timothy Harker, Brendan O’Rourke, Edward Killingback, Jeremy Gagan, Henry Wyrley-Birch and James Boyd. Call 0844 847 1652 or check the website for more information. (The first professional London production in over 50 years).
The Crucible 20-22 April by Department of Communications at Mississippi State University, McComas Hall, 216 President’s Circle, Mississippi State, MS. Call 662-325-3203 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 13-23 April by Columbia Gorge Orchestra Association Stages in Bingen Theater, 210 Oak St., Bingen, OR. Directed by Deborah Langlois, with Tom Burns, Kathleen Morrow, David Dye, Erik Lundby, Hugh Amick, Matt Rankin, and Dennis Castanares. Check the website for more information.
Two-Way Mirror 17-25 March and 10-22 April by Theatre by the Lake, at Studio Theatre, Lakeside, Lake Rd, Keswick, Cumbria, UK. Directed by John Dove, with Philip Cairns and Sarah Ovens. Call +44 17687 74411 or check the website for more information. This
production will also tour to a “range of rural venues,” visiting halls and community centres in Cumbria and Northumberland. Its first stop is Kirkby Stephen Grammar School, Christian Head, Cumbria on 28 March (Call 017683 71885 or online at www.ticketsource.co.uk). Also will be at Shap Memorial Hall on Thursday 6 Apr.–call 01931 716273.
The American Clock 13-23 April by Metropolitan State University of Denver, in MSU Denver Studio Theatre, Denver, CO. Call 303-556-3073 or check the website.
All My Sons 14-23 April by Paradise Valley Community College Theater Department, in Center for the Performing Arts, 18401 N. 32nd Street, Phoenix, AZ. Directed by Joe Flowers. Call 602.787.7738 or check the website.
The American Clock 12-23 April by University of Minnesota, Department of Theatre Arts & Dance, 580 Rarig Center, 330 21st Ave S, Minneapolis, MN. Directed by Joseph Price. Call the Guthrie Theatre box office for tickets, 612.377.2224 or check the college website.
All My Sons 24 March-15 April by The Warehouse Theatre, 37 Augusta Street, Greenville, SC. Directed by Blake White, with Chip Egan, Mimi Wyche, Torsten Johnson, Jennifer Webb, Burke McClain, Prentiss Standridge, Maury Reed, Peggy Trecker White, Shaw Shurley, and Brock Koonce. Call 864.235.6948 or check the website.
All My Sons 7-15 April by the Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga, at Midtown Central facility in Brainerd, 5705 Uptain Road, Chattanooga, TN. Directed by Garry Lee Posey, with Bruce Shaw, Deb Meeks, Timmy Montgomery, Casey Keelen, Jimmy Sowell, and Ryan Laskowski. Call 423-987-5141, or check the website.
All My Sons 7-9 April by Silver Scene Players at Union County’s Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Marysville, OH. Directed by Michael Williamson. Proceeds from the production will benefit the Union County Non-profit, Wings Enrichment Center. Call
937-553-3SSP (3777) or check the website for more information.
A View from the Bridge 17 March-9 April by Little Theatre of Virginia Beach, 550 Barberton Drive, Virginia Beach, VA. Directed by Kay Lynn Perry. Call 757.428.9233 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 30 March-8 April by Charleston Community Theatre, 2010 Ninth Street, Charleston, IL. Directed by David Stevens. Call 1-877-842-FANS or check the website.
A View from the Bridge 10 March-2 April by Pear Theatre, 1110 La Avenida Street, Mountain View, CA. Directed by Ray Renati, with Geoff Fiorito, April Culver, Marjorie Hazeltine, Anthony Stephens, Drew Reitz, and Brian Levi. Call 650-254-1148 or check the website.
The Crucible 24 March-4 April by BYU Arts, in Margetts Theatre, Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center, 701 E. University Parkway, Brigham Young University College of Fine Arts and Communications, Provo, UT. Directed by David Morgan, with Tyler Hatch, and Spencer Hunsicker. All of the characters, except for John Proctor, wear masks at some point in the play. Call 801.422.2981 or check the website.
The Crucible 16 March-2 April by Millibo Art Theatre, 1626 S. Tejon St. Colorado Springs, CO. Directed by Kelly Walters, with Taylor Geiman, Erica Erickson, Mike Lee, Chris Lowell, and Anna Faye Hunter. Set design by Roy Ballard. Call (719) 465-6321 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 18 March-2 April by Star Playhouse, at Suffolk Y JCC, 74 Hauppauge Road, Commack, NY. Call 631-462-9800 x-136 or check the website.
The Crucible 30 March-2 April by Laurel Little Theatre, in the historic downtown Arabian Theatre, 408 N 5th Ave, Laurel, MS. Directed by Sam Buchanan. Call (601) 428-0140 or check the website.
A View from the Bridge 17 March-2 April by North Bay Stage
Company, at Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, 50 Mark West Springs Road, Santa Rosa, CA. Directed by Carl Hamilton, with Emily Ahrens, Nick Augusta, Jeremy Boucher, Morgan Hamilton-Lee, Lee Stoneman, Angela Squire, and Jon Vissman. Set and lighting design by Darius Hamilton. Call 707-546-3600 or check the website.
The Crucible 29 March-1 April by People’s Arts Theater at Nottingham Arts Theatre, George Street, Nottingham, UK. Directed by Jessica McLean, with Robert Goll, Emma–Rose Carlton, Chris Collins, Robert Suttle, and Marina Kyriacou. Call 0115 9476096 or check the website.
The Crucible 17-26 March by Back Lot Players, in The Rose Theater, 23 West Johnston Street, Forsyth, GA. Directed by Jeff Dean, with Tiffani, Charles and Jeff Dean, Aubrey and Addison Newby, and Brooke and Karleigh Woodard. Call (478) 994-0443 or check the website.
The Crucible 23-26 March by Samford Theater Department in Harrison Theatre, Swearingen Hall,
Samford University. 800 Lakeshore Drive, Birmingham, AL. Directed by Don Sandley, with Jonathan Skaggs, Brittany Welch, Madeleine Masson, and Dennis Sansom. Call (205) 726-2853 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 10-26 March by LAMB Arts Regional Theatre, 417 Market Street, Sioux City, IA. With Russell Wooley, Debra Marqusee, Brian Hamman, Bryan Deck, Gregory Adler, and Bill McKenny. Call 712-255-9536 or check the website.
A View from the Bridge 3-26 March by Kavinoky Theatre, 320 Porter Avenue (D’Youville College), Buffalo, NY. Directed by Robert Waterhouse, with John Fredo, Debbie Pappas Sham, Adriano Gato, Peter Palmisano, John Kreuzer, Adam Yellen, David Lundy and Renee Landrigan. Set design by David King, lighting by Brian Cavanagh, costumes by Annette Christian, and sound design by Geoffrey Tocin. Call (716) 829-7668 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 10-19 March by Cherokee Community Theater, 530 W. Bluff St., Cherokee, IA. with Zach Freking-Smith, Andrew Linn, Andrew LaFleur, Amy Sarchet, Rosanne Loucks, and Jacob Pederson. Call 712-225-4440 or check the website.
All My Sons 3-12 March by Florida International University Theater Department, in the Herbert and Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts Center, 10910 SW 17th Street, Miami, FL. Directed by Michael Yawney, with Anderson Freitas, Sarah Perez, and Roselyn Moreno. Call 305-348-0496 or check the website.
The Crucible 2-11 March in the China Pavilion by Walla Walla Community College Theatre Arts, 500 Tausick Way Walla Walla, WA. Get tickets from the Box Office in the WWCC bookstore, or check the website for more information.
Death of a Salesman 22 Feb.-11 March by Dundee Repertory Theatre, Tay Square, Dundee, Scotland. Directed by Joe Douglas, with Billy Mack, Irene MacDougall, and Ewan Donald. Set Design by Neil Warmington, with a live score by Nikola Kodjabashia. Part of their Stars and Stripes series. Call 01382 223530 or check thewebsite. This production won three awards in the Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland (Cats): Best production, best ensemble category and best male performance, for Billy Mack.
Death of a Salesman 10-19 March by Cherokee Community Theater, 530 W. Bluff St., Cherokee, IA. with Zach Freking-Smith, Andrew Linn, Andrew LaFleur, Amy Sarchet, Rosanne Loucks, and Jacob Pederson. Call 712-225-4440 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 17 Feb. -12 March by Austin Playhouse, at ACC Highland, 6001 Airport Blvd, Austin, TX. Directed by Peter Sheridan, with the Lomans played by the African-American actors Marc Pouhé, Carla Nickerson, Sean Christopher, and Patrick Gathron (other cast members are white). Set design by Mike Toner. Call (512) 476-0084 or check the website.
All My Sons 24 Feb.-5 March by Highwood Theatre, 914 Silver Spring Avenue, Silver Spring, MD. Directed by Christopher Brown. Call 301-587-0697 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 4 Feb.-5 March by Redtwist Theatre, 1044 W. Bryn Mawr, Chicago, IL. Directed by Steve Scott, with Brian Parry, Jan Ellen Graves, Matt Edmonds, Zach De Nardi (understudy for Benjamin Kirberger currently out with health issues), Adam Bitterman, and Devon J. Nimerfroh. Call 773 728 7529 or check the website.
The Crucible 22 Feb. -5 March by Act 1 Productions in The Labuda Center at DeSales University, 2755 Station Avenue, Center Valley, PA. Directed by Steven Dennis, with Dane McMichael, Mackenzie Moyer, James ‘Bo’ Sayre, and Ilia Paulino. Stage design by Will Neuert. Call 610-282-3192 or check the website. Rather than go for an authentic 1692 Salem look, the production has been designed to create “a world borrowing from past, present and future.”
A View from the Bridge 23 Feb.-5 March by Clayton Community Theatre, in Washington University South Campus Theater, 6501 Clayton Road, St. Louis, MO. Directed by Joe Hanrahan, with Isaiah DeLorenzo, Erin Struckhoff, Emily Leidenfrost, Sam Hack, Joe Ruskey and Dan Heise. Call 314/721-9228 or check the website.
The Crucible 2-5 March by University of Guam Fine Arts Theater, Unibetsedȧt Guahan, UOG Station, Mangilao, Guam. Directed by Michelle Blas, with Chelsea Cruz. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Death of a Salesman 11 Feb. -5 March by Ubuntu Theater Project, at Brooklyn Preserve, 1433 12th Ave., Oakland, CA. Re-imagined by Ubuntu Artistic Director Michael Socrates Moran as the fever dream of a dying salesman, with elegant framing choreography in which the action is always witnessed by a somber ensemble in black trench coats, fedoras and umbrellas. With Julian López-Morillas, Dawn Troupe, Mohammad Shehata, Nathaniel Andalis, and Norman Gee. Set design by Giulio Cesare Perrone. E-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org or check the website for more information.
The Crucible 21-26 Feb. by Illinois Weslyan University Theatre Department, in Jerome Mirza Theatre, 1312 Park Street, Bloomington, IL. Directed by Thomas Quinn, with Conor Finnerty-Esmonde, Cadence Lamb, and Evan Rumler. Stage design by Curtis Trout. Call (309) 556-3232 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 17-26 Feb. by Huntsville Community Theatre, in J. Philip Gibbs, Jr., Centre for the Performing Arts(Old Town Theatre) 1023 12th St., Huntsville, TX. Directed by Bruce Chabot. Call 936-228-1996 or check the website.
An Enemy of the People 23-26 Feb. by Campbellsville University Theatre Department, in Russ Mobley Theater, 114 University Dr, Campbellsville University, Campbellsville, KY. Call (270) 789-5266 or check the website.
Death of a Salesman 22 Feb. at Shaheed Bhawan, by Chetna Theatre Group, Bhopal, India. Directed by Ashish Shrivastava as part of a three-day festival organized by the Directorate of Culture in association with LIC.
Death of a Salesman 3-19 Feb. by Playhouse 22, East Brunswick Community Arts Center, 721
Cranbury Road, East Brunswick, NJ. Directed by Jon Heron, with Vince Bandille, Donne Petito, Matthew Guera, and Jake Zillioux. Call (732) 254-3939 or check the website.
All My Sons 26 Jan-19 Feb. by Ferndale Repertory Theatre, 447 Main Street, Ferndale, CA. The play will be at the Hart Theatre, 447 Main Street, Ferndale, CA, from 26 Jan-5 Feb., and 10-19 Feb. at Arcata Playhouse, 1251 9th St, Arcata, CA. Directed by Jane Hill. Call 707.786.5483 or check the website.
All My Sons 16-19 Feb. by George Washington University Theatre Department, Columbian College of Arts & Sciences, 800 21st Street NW, 227, Washington DC. Directed by Jodi Kanter. Call (202) 994-0995 or check the website.
The Crucible 4-18 Feb. by Lindsay Street Players in association with Newcastle’s Young People’s Theatre, 26 Lindsay Street, Hamilton, NSW, Australia. Directed by Nicholas Thoroughgood, with Mitchell Cox, Anna Lambert, Jordan Warner, Malcolm Young, Parisse Latimore, Ariana Karmaniolis, Grace McLaughlin, Amy McDonald, Jack Twelvetree, Nicola Eenick, Alexandra Jensen, Michelle Burnitt, Luke Power, Harold Phipps, Timothy Blundell, Lachlan Shotter, Liam Waterman, Michael Blaxland, Hannah Richens and Taylor Reece. Call 02 4961 4895 or check the website for more detail. This production sets the play in the 1950s.
All My Sons 8-18 Feb. by the Loft Theatre Company at Loft Theatre in Victoria Collonade, Leamington Spa, UK. Directed by Gus MacDonald, with Jimmy Proctor, Mary MacDonald, Julie-Ann Randell, and Tom O’Connor. Call 01926 800 360, or check thewebsite.
The Crucible 10-19 Feb. by River Towne Players in the historic Masonic Theater, 514 Hancock Street, New Bern, NC. Directed by Siobhan Brewer. Call (252) 633-3318 or check the website.
The Price 29 Jan.-19 Feb. by Triad Stage at Pyrle Theatre, 232 South Elm Street, Greensboro, North Carolina. Directed by Preston Lane, with Christopher Gerson, Dina Ann Comolli, Jim Shankman, and Robert Zukerman. Scenic design by Fred Kinney. Call (336) 272-0160 or check the website.
The Crucible 21 Jan.-19 Feb. by Actor’s Express, 887 West Marietta St NW J-107, Atlanta, GA. Directed by Freddie Ashley, with Jonathan Horne, Courtney Patterson, Shelli Delgardo, Falashay Pearson, Charles Green, Tamil Periasamy, and Bryan Davis. Scenic design by Pamela Hickey. Call (404) 607-7469 or check the website.
A View from the Bridge 20 Jan.- 12 Feb by Riverside Theater, 213 N. Gilbert St., Iowa City, IA. Directed by Sean Lewis, with Patrick Du Laney, Katy Slaven, Kristy Hartsgrove Mooers, Aaron Weiner, Kehry Anson Lane, and Tim Budd. Call (319) 338-7672 or check the website.
All My Sons 10-12 Feb. by Capitol Shakespeare, at Russel Reid Auditorium, State Museum on the North Dakota State Capitol Grounds, Bismarck, ND. With Dan Rogers, Julie Wolf, Austin Flemmer, Laura Devlin, and Cole Pick. Free performances. E-mail or check the website for more information.
The Crucible 3-12 Feb. by Lewiston-Auburn Community Players, 30 Academy St, Auburn, ME. Directed by Kay Warren, with Stephen Brakey, Rebecca Cole, Emily Grotz, Mark Hazard, Mackenzie Richards, Sean Wallace and Paul Menezes. Set by Glenn Thibault and Jessica Henson. Call (207) 783-0958 or check the website.
All My Sons 1-4 Feb. by Phase 8 Theater Company at 3674 Beach Blvd, Jacksonville, Florida. Call (904) 322-7672 or check their Facebook page for more information.
Death of a Salesman 31 Jan-3 Feb. by Harrogate Studio Theatre, 6 Oxford Street,Harrogate, UK. Directed by Rachel Conyers, with Joel Dawson, Stuart Newson, Jenny Antram, James Willstrop, and Mark Garside. Call 01423 502116 or check the website.
Two Way Mirror 31st Jan-4 Feb. a student production managed by Oxford Playhouse at the Burton Taylor Studio, Gloucester Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, UK. Directed by Aimée Kwan, with Louisa Iselin
and Saul Lowndes Britton. Call 01865 305305 or check the website. This is the first time the play has been performed in Oxford.
A View from the Bridge 13 Jan-5th Feb. by Theatre in the Round Players, 245 Cedar Avenue, Minneapolis, MN. Directed by Allen Hamilton, with Michael Egan, Roberta Gibbons, Aidan Jhane Gallivan, David Carey, Derek Dirlam and Don Maloney. Set design by Toni Solie. Call 612-333-3010 or check the website.
All My Sons 4-29 Jan. by Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, 130 Edgar Road, Webster Groves, MO. Directed by Seth Gordon, with John Woodson, Margaret Daly, Patrick Ball, Mairin Lee and Zac Hoogendyk. Scenic design by Michael Ganio. Call (314) 968-4925 or check the website.
The Crucible 27-28 Jan. by Anacortes Readers Theater, at ACME Creative Space, 705 Commercial Ave., Anacortes, WA. Directed by Julie Wenzel, with Mark Wenzel, Treva King, Kat Rose Agnew, Martin Iverson, Malcolm Taylor, Briana Lindquist, and Eli Barrett. Tickets are $15 and are available at www.brownpapertickets.com and at the door.
Incident at Vichy 27 Dec.-19 Jan., translated by Manijeh Mohamedi for the Peyvand Theater Group at the Iranshahr Theater, Torabi Street, Tehran, Iran. Directed by Manijeh Mohamedi, with Mohammad Eskandari, Mahvash Afsharpanah, Majid Jafari, Farnaz Rahnama, Mohammad Naderi, Houman Kiaee, Sam Kaboudvand, Mohammad Khodaverdi, Dariush Barzegar, Mehdi Mashhadi Kazemi and Ehsan Moradkhani. Call +98 21 8834 9365 or check the website.
Fractures, an adaptation of A View From The Bridge 14-15 Jan. by AbOriginal Theatre in Agip Hall, Muson Centre, Onikan, Lagos, Nigeria. Directed by Kenneth Uphopho, with Patrick Diabuah, Adesua Etomi, Ropo Ewenla, Gideon Okeke, Marcy Dolapo Oni, and Tunji Sotiminrin. This is a revival of an adaptation first performed in 2010. Call 0805 840 0042, or 0805 555 6525 or check the website. In this version, Idris and Nike live a mundane and predictable existence in the UK with their adopted daughter, Toju, until Dayo and Jide, undocumented immigrants the couple reluctantly agrees to harbor, arrive on their doorstep. A few interesting differences from Miller’s play, Dayo (now the brother of Nike rather than a cousin, and with a daughter in desperate need of money for a life-saving operation) and Jide, are friends rather than brothers. Instead of suggesting Jide is homosexual to keep him away from Toju, Idris arranges for him to marry a white woman to get his green card, but Jide backs out as he lives Toju and so Idris calls the immigration.The ending also has an unusual twist, as Dayo and Idris begin to fight each with a knife, Idris goes to strike Dayo and his wife, Nike, steps between them, and receives the death blow in their stead!
A View From The Bridge 27 Dec-15 Jan by FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training, in the Cook Theatre, Florida State University, 5555 North Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL. Directed by Andrei Malaev-Babel. Tuesday, December 27 at 7:30pm will be a special “Pay What You Can Performance,” before the official opening on Dec. 28th. Call 941.351.8000 / 800.361.8388 or check the website.
A View from the Bridge 2 Dec. 2016–8 Jan. 2017 by The Edge Theatre Company, 1560 Teller Street, (40 West Arts District), Lakewood, CO. Directed by John Ashton, with Rick Yaconis, Abby Apple Boes, Amelia Corrada, Benjamin Cowhick, Jon Brown, and Kevin Hart. Call 303-232-0363 or check the website.
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