Upcoming Productions

Stage Productions  of Miller’s Work

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We try to keep this section as up-to-date and comprehensive as possible, and once the production closes the details are moved to the archives section. The productions are listed, as far a possible, in a mostly chronological fashion, so scroll to the bottom for the most current. We include professional and non-professional, and college/university shows, but we do not include school productions (secondary/high school). Please contact the webmaster if you know of a production of a Miller play not listed here. Another useful place to check for upcoming productions of plays is the DPS website, where you can search by the playwright to see which plays have been licensed through them for production (both professional and non-professional). The listings below, however, contain more details and generally more up-to-date information. An Enemy of the People is included only when Miller’s translation is being performed, also operatic/balletic versions of his plays are included.

If you are looking for a Miller expert to provide a lecture, keynote, seminar or talk-back in conjunction with a production, please contact us and we will try and put you in touch with any scholars in your area.

Productions During 2018

NextStop Theater
  • The Crucible 3-26 Nov. by Kavinoky Theatre, 320 Porter Avenue (D’Youville College), Buffalo, NY. Directed by Robert Waterhouse. Call (716) 829-7668 or check the website.
  • The Crucible 17 May-10 June by NextStop Theatre Company, 269 Sunset Park Drive, Herndon, VA. With creative doubling they will mount the play with just eight actors. Call 866-811-4111 or check the website.
  • The Crucible 18 April-20 May by Olney Theatre Center, Mainstage, 2001 Olney Sandy Spring Rd, Olney, MD. Directed by Eleanor Holdridge. Call 301.924.3400 or check the website.
  • All My Sons 2 March-3 May by Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, 6901 Wadsworth Blvd., Arvada, Colorado. Directed by Lynne Collins. Call 720-898-7200 or check the website.
  • All My Sons 11 Jan-11 Feb. by Court Theatre, 5535 S. Ellis Ave., Chicago, IL. Directed by Charles Newell, with Timothy Edward Kane and John Judd. Call (773) 753-4472 or check the website.

Productions During 2017

      • The Crucible 13 Oct.-12 Nov. by A Contemporary Theatre (ACT), Washington State Convention Center, 700 Union St, Seattle, WA. Directed by John Langs. Call (206) 292-7676 or check the website.

        The Crucible by A Contemporary Theatre
      • Death of a Salesman 28 Sept.-26 Nov. by Trinity Repertory Theatre, 201 Washington Street, Providence, RI. Directed by Brian McEleny. Call (401) 351-4242 or check the website. Being done in repertory alongside Dominique Morisseau’s Skeleton Crew.
      • Death of a Salesman 22 Sept.-22 Oct. by Ford’s Theatre, 511 10th St, NW Washington, DC. Directed by Stephen Rayne with Craig Wallace and Kimberly Schraf. Call (888) 616-027 or check the website.
      • A View from the Bridge 9 Sept.-15 Oct. in the Albert Theatre, for Goodman Theatre, Chicago, IL. Ivo van Hove will be reprising his direction, with a whole new cast. Call 312.443.3800 or check the website.
      • The Crucible 26 July-5 Aug. by Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts, 2515 E. Center Street, Warsaw, IN. Call 574 267 8041 or check the website.

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      • The Crucible 14-30 July by the Barn Players, 6219 Martway, Mission, KS. Directed by Dave Martin. Call (913) 432-9100 or check the website.
      • 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, 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.
      • A View from the Bridge 22-25 June as part of the Greenwich and Docklands International Festival. Venue TBA. 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.

        A View from the Bridge by De Roovers
      • Death of a Salesman 2-10 June by Theater 7, in Indiana Theatre, Terre Haute, IN. Directed by Arthur Feinsod. Check the website for more information.
      • Death of a Salesman 19 May-4 June by Live Arts in Gibson Theater, 123 East Water Street, Charlottesville, VA. Directed by Bill Rough. Call 434.977.4177 or check the website.
      • 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 Thelma Cousins. Call (828) 254-1320 or check the  website.
      • Death of a Salesman 12-20 May by Central Park Players at Grand Haven Community
        Zach Grenier as Willy Loman at Pittsburg Public Theatre

        Center, 421 Columbus Ave., Grand Haven, MI. Directed by Mike Vogas. Call 616 843 3906 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, and Maxwell Eddy. Call 412-316-1600  or check the website.
      • 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 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 3-20 May by Canberra Repertory Society, at Theatre 3, 3 Repertory Ln, Acton, Australia. Directed by Chris Baldock.
        Salesman by Blackfriars Theatre

        Call +61 2 6247 4222 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.
      • 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 Crucible by Cloverdale Playhouse
  • 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.

    A View from the Bridge by Alley Theatre

  • A View from the Bridge 28 April-21 May by Alley Theater, 615 Texas Ave., at Universityof Houston, Hubbard Theater, Houston, TX. Directed by Gregory Boyd, with Mark Zeisler, Jeffrey Bean, Josie de Guzman, Jay Sullivan, Frank de Julio, and Cara Ronzetti. Scenic Design by Hugh Landwehr. Call 713.220.5700 or check the website. The theatre is also offering a host of programs to go with this production: April 30: Designer Talk; April 30: Captioned Performance; May 4: InterACT; May 6: Artist TalkBack; May 9: Artist TalkBack; May 11: ActOUT; May 13: Alley In Context; and May 20: Alley In Context.view2017caltech
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Death of a Salesman [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
    Nicholas Woodeson

    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-

    Tim Piggott-Smith

    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.

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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 the website.
  • 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 Roundabout Theater Company
  • The Price previews 16 Feb., opening 16 March-7 May–EXTENDED for one more week until 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 replaces John Turturro, who had to bow out due to film commitments. If you use the code AMPBWW1 at the Roundabout Theater website you can get up to $50 off on tickets. Regular prices $62-$149. Discount price is $99 select orchestra and mezzanine and $62 rear mezzanine for all performances. Discount prices are valid for performances 2/16/17 through 3/23/17. Must order by 3/23/17. Additional blackout dates may apply. Offer subject to availability and is not applicable toward previous purchases.

    Scenes from The Price by Roundabout Theater Company
  • 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
    Poster for Sell A Door production features Victoria Yeates and Charlie Condou (as Elizabeth and Hale).

    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.

    The Crucible by Sell a Door

    The Crucible by Sell a Door

    The Crucible by Sell a Door

    The Crucible by Sell a Door