Production Archive

Archive of Past Miller Productions

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.

During 2024

  • The Crucible 18-28 April (sharing a run with John Proctor is the Villain) by Iowa State University (ISU), with two separate casts. Crucible is directed by Cason Murphy, with Michael McAuliff, Kiernan McReynolds, Stella Webster, Scout Kuehn, Ashton Hale, Dane Singer, Roman Combs, Kyrstin Holmes, Adaeze Ajiri, Katherine Watkins, Rachael Purdy, Will Rasmussen, Natalie Naumann, Macey Brackin, Maurice McFalls, Kiernan McReynolds, Cameron Thrap, Michael Vandermark, Levi Applegate, Devon TeKolste, Katie Ammerman, Finnegan Murphy, and Hannah Brack Gillette. Set Design by Brian C. Seckfort. Call 515-294-7488 or check the website for more information.

  • All My Sons 12-28 April by The Depot Theater Company, 201 E. Wyatt Earp Blvd., Dodge City, KS. Directed by Director Lisa Deal, with Kyle Hager, Laura Mead, Jorge Rodriguez-Lopez, Lola Costa, Lewis D. Mize, Skylar Giessel, Ashley Flowers, Bradley Lies, Shea O’Sullivan, and Nylah R. Barnes. Set Deisgn by Amanda Mize. Note: this is a dinner theatre venue. Call 620-225-1001 or check the website for more information.
  • The Crucible 19-28 April by Western Connecticut State University, in the Visual and Performing Arts Center on WCSU’s Westside Campus, 43 Lake Avenue Ext., Danbury, CT. Directed by Donna Baldwin-Bradby. Call 203-837-8732 or check the website for more information.
  • View from the Bridge 29 March-28 April by Theatre Palisades at Pierson Playhouse, 941 Temescal Canyon Road, Pacific Palisades, CA. Directed by Cate Caplin, with Peter Gregory, Maria O’Connor, Jason Culp, Isabella DiBernardino and Darren M.B., Monty Renfrow, Andrew Chase, David T, Downs, Joshua Farrell, Christopher Landis, and Eric Shaffer. Set design by Sherman Wayne. Call 310-454-1970 or check the website for more information.

Concordia Theatre
  • View from the Bridge 29 March-28 April by Theatre Palisades at Pierson Playhouse, 941 Temescal Canyon Road, Pacific Palisades, CA. Directed by Cate Caplin, with Peter Gregory, Maria O’Connor, Jason Culp, Isabella DiBernardino and Darren M.B., Monty Renfrow, Andrew Chase, David T, Downs, Joshua Farrell, Christopher Landis, and Eric Shaffer. Set design by Sherman Wayne. Call 310-454-1970 or check the website for more information.
  • Enemy of the People 19-28 April by First Stage Theatre, at the Milwaukee Youth Arts Center, 325 W Walnut St,, Milwaukee, WI. This is a “young company performance.” Directed by Joshua “JP” Pohja, with John Eash-Scott, William Kastner, Maya Thomure, Reiley Fitzsimmons, Elena Marking, Madison Jones, Mara Holzen, Sophia Bernhardt, Thatcher Jacobs, Lila Lester, and Thomas Bastardo. Call (414) 267-2961 or check the website for more information.
  • Death of a Salesman 18-21 April by Concordia Theatre in the Todd Wehr Auditorium (B017) at Concordia University Wisconsin, 12800 N Lake Shore Drive, Mequon, WI. Directed by Lori Woodall-Schaufler. Call 262-243-2681 or 262-243-4444 and press “0” for more information, or check the website for more information.
  • The Crucible 29 March-14 April by the Arts Center of Cannon County, 1424 John Bragg Hwy, Woodbury, TN. Call (615) 563-2787 or check the website.
  • Death of a Salesman 4-6 April by Oshkosh Community Players at The Grand Oshkosh, 100 High Ave., Oshkosh, WI. Directed by Dan Gates, with Bob Amsden, Allie Klinker, Gaven Williams, Casey Nash, Jim Tronoff, Austin Borgardt, Scott Challoner, Becky LaDue, Dan Kaneiss, Madysen Schmidt, Patrick Burchby, Amalia Goldberg, and Pat Fails. Stage design by Mel Floyd. Call (920) 424-2350, or check the theatre website for more information, or go here for tickets, or check their Facebook page nearer the event.
  • Death of a Salesman 24 March (previews) then 29 March-14 April by Palm Beach Dramaworks, 201 Clematis St., West Palm Beach, FL. Directed by J. Barry Lewis, with Rob Donohoe, Helena Ruoti, Michael Shenefelt, Ty Fanning, Nathalie Andrade, Harrison Bryan, John Campagnuolo, William Hayes, Hannah Hayley, Matthew W. Korinko, Tom Wahl, and Gracie Winchester. Set design by Anne Mundell. Call 561 514 4042 or check their website for more information.

New Jewish Theater
  • All My Sons 21 March- 7 April by New Jewish Theatre at the J.S Wool Studio Theatre, Staenberg Family Complex, 2 Millstone Campus Drive, Creve Coeur, MO. Directed by Gary Wayne Barker, with Greg Johnston, Amy Loui, Jayson Heil, Kristen Joy Lintvedt, Joshua Mayfield, Joel Moses, Sumer Baer, Zahria Imani Moore, Riley Capp, and Shane Rose. Set design by C. Otis Sweezy. Call 314-442-3283 or check the website for more information.
  • All My Sons 19-23 March by the Cotswold Players at the Cotswold Playhouse, Parliament Street, Stroud, Cotswold Playhouse, Parliament Street, Stroudwith, Gloucestershire, UK. With Phil Domaille, Jan Deacon, Isak Sandgren-Clarke, Alice Dillon, Dave Kilmister, Helen Voyce, Rob Mauler, Victoria Maskell, Alex Nixon and Ray Rossiter. Call 0333 666 3366 or check the website.
  • The Crucible 22-23 March [Robert Ward’s opera version] by University College Opera (UCOpera) in Uinversity College London’s Bloomsbury Theatre, London, UK. Directed by Eleanor Strutt and conducted by Matt Scott Rogers, with Theo Perry, Lawrence Gillians, Lottie Craven: Abigail Williams, Saskia Kirk, William Collison, Sam Britner, Hamish Rogers, Benson Zhou, Pardis Ajala, Eugenie Ng, Oliver Smith, and others. Designed by Sasha Own. Call 020 3108 1000 or check the website for more information.

Rehearsals for The Crucible at FungusAmongus
  • The Crucible 15-24 March by Fungus Amongus Players of of Dassel-Cokato, in the Dassel History Center & Ergot Museum, 901 1st Street, Dassel, MN. Directed by Jack Neveaux, with Isaac Olson, Nancy Lipinski, Varis Anderson, Mary Leyda, Dennis Kelly, Ron Hungerford, Tom Nelson, Elisabeth Nelson, Becky Hungerford, Emilia Roskamp, Carolyn Holji, Ella Baumann, Laura Smith, Jonathon Carnicom, Jon Benson, Corey Raskamp, Gannon Miller, and Brian Baumann. Call 320-275-3077, or check their website for tickets and more information.
  • The Crucible 2-30 March (press night 7 March) by Sheffield Theatres, in the coincidentally named Crucible Theatre, 55 Norfolk Street, Sheffield, UK. Directed by Anthony Lau with Simon Manyonda, Anoushka Lucas, Rose Shalloo, Millicent Wong, Sid Sagar, Ian Drysdale, Sargon Yelda, Geoffrey Aymer, Jasmine Elcock, Honor Kneafsey, Joseph Langdon, Andrew Macbean, Alexandra Mathie, Giullianna Martinez, Laura Pyper, and Mark Weinman. The production will have design by Georgia Lowe, lighting design by Jess Bernberg, compositions and sound design by Giles Thomas, movement and choreography by Aline David and intimacy and fight direction by Haruka Kuroda. Chris Poon serves as musical director and Jessica Millward as assistant director to Lau. Tickets can be booked through the Box Office in person, over the phone on 0114 249 6000 or at through the website where you can also get more information.
  • Death of a Salesman 8-17 March by the Mid-Ohio Valley Players, at the Players Theatre, 229 Putnam St., Marietta, OH. Directed by Jena Lane Blair, with John “Mack” Mchale, Suzanne Walker, Sean Shoop, Caleb Bland, Jeff Walker, George Gaston, Nicholas Rake, Beth Lane, Sydni Wilson and others. Set design by Jena Lane Blair and Leslie McGoron. Call 740-374-9434 or check their website for more information.
  • The Crucible 9-17 March by Stage 74 at the Suffolk Youth JCC, 74 Hauppauge Rd., Commack, NY. Call 631 462 9800 or check the website for more details.
  • A View from the Bridge 16 Feb.-16 March (opening night on 27 Feb.; extended dates due to demand) at Theatre Royal Bath, in the Ustinov Studio, Sawclose, Bath, UK. Directed by Lindsay Posner, with Dominic West, Kate Fleetwood, Callum Scott Howells, Nia Towle, Martin Marquez, Pierro Niel-Mee, Jimmy Gladdon, Michael Cusick, Rob Pomfret, and Santino Smith. Set design by designed by Peter McKintosh. Call 01225 448844 or check the website for more information. NEWS FLASH: This production will transfer to the West End in May for an 11 week run; opens at Theatre Royal Haymarket on 23 May and will go through to 3 August, check their website for tickets.

Salesman by Carousel Theatre of Indianola

  • Death of a Salesman 8-17 March by Carousel Theatre of Indianola, at Summerset Winery, 15101 Fairfax St., Indianola, IA. Directed by Randy Stone, with Thom Sinn as Willy Loman and Mairi Winslow as Linda and Bryce Palm as Biff. Set Design by Michael Powers. Check the website for tickets and more information.
  • The Crucible 14-17 March by Community Actors’ Studio Theatre (CAST), Jacksonville State University, McClellan Auditorium, 100 Gamecock Drive, Anniston, AL. Directed by Stephonn Ammons, with Ian Johnson, Cheslee Duke, Eleanor Boozer, Carolyn Humphrey, Dani Ratliff, Silas Takersley, Ken Davenport, Jonathon Thomas, Connie Suttle, and others. Call 256.294.1785 or check the website for more information.
  • Death of a Salesman 7-10 March by PSC Performing Arts, in the Ashmore Auditorium, 1000 College Boulevard, Pensacola State College, Pensacola, FL. Call 850 484 1847 or check the website for more information.
  • A View from the Bridge 10 Feb.-10 March by Long Wharf Theatre, now at Canal Dock, Boathouse 475, Long Wharf Drive, New Haven, CT for site specific production. Directed by James Dean Palmer, with Dominic Fumusa, Annie Parisse, Paten Hughes, Patricia Black (as Alfieri), Antonio Magro, Mark Junek, Mike Boland and Todd Cerveris. Set design by You-Shin Chen; the set extends outside where the actors will walk on the surrounding deck at times during the play. Call 203 693 1486 or check the website for more information.
  • The Crucible  5-10 March by the UCSB Department of Theater & Dance, at the UCSB Performing Arts Theatre, UC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA. Directed by Lisa Benavides-Nelson, with Nicholas Enea, Phoebe Alva, and Vivian Oxley. They are presenting the play in a contemporary setting. Call (805) 893-2064 or check the website for more information.

The Crucible UCSB

The Crucible at Angelo State University

Set design for Crucible at Angelo State University

  • The Crucible 22 Feb. -3 March by University Theatre at Angelo State University, in the ASU Modular Theatre inside the Carr Education-Fine Arts (EFA) Building, 2602 Dena Drive, San Angelo, TX. Co-directed by Rebekah Clark and Chase Phelps, with Kierstyn Bell, Ryan Ezell, Lilith Morgan, Catalina Perry, Desirae LaBedelle, Genesis Garza, Jake Cisneros, Kat Fields, Brianna Kincaid, Mitchell Martinez, Audrey Paro, Juan Rodriguez, Alexis Crawford, Zaiden Lopez, Kate Yantis, Jakobnoah Rowe, August Lackey, Kailey Gembler, Demetrius Armstrong, Xander Cooper, Breonna Casey, Janae Wilson and Margarita Torres Fabela. Set design by Samuel Molho. Call 325-942-2000 or check the website for more information.

Salesman at OHTC, with NaTasha Yvette and Fracaswell Hyman
  • Death of a Salesman 22 Feb. -3 March, by Opera House Theatre Company (OHTC),at Thalian Hall, 310 Chestnut Street, Wilmington, NC. Directed by Stoney B. Mootoo, with Fracaswell Hyman, NaTasha Yvette, Dontonio Demarco, Jadin Alexander, and Michelle Braxton. Call 910 632 2285 or check the theatre website for tickets, or check the company website for more information.

Opera House Theatre Company (OHTC), at Thalian Hall

Gainville Theatre Alliance

The Crucible by Impro Theater, Israel

  • A View from the Bridge 28-29 Feb. by Prosperous Dramatic Society (beside the church), Prosperous, County Kildare, Ireland. Directed by Connie Broderick. Call +353 85 161 5590 or check Eventbrite for tickets. Also on 3 March as their entry into the 2024 Kerry Drama Festival at the Ivy Leaf Art Centre, Castleisland Ireland, and on 9 March at CMWS Hall Kildare for the Kildare Drama Festival, check here for tickets to Kildare Drama Festival, or the group’s Facebook page for more information. Note, the group were awarded “Second Place Open” (C. J. King Award) for this production at the Ballyshannon Drama Festival.
  • Death of a Salesman 21-24 Feb. by DARE Collective, at Earl Arts Center, 10 Earl Street, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia. Directed by Matt Taylor, with Kerri Gray, Grady Lynch, Gabriel Walton-Clear and Jackson Kelder. They promise a “dynamic blend between Cinema and Stage. With an adaptation that highlights the ingrained idea of fantasy and the deep-rooted fear of failure, establishing that however counter-intuitive it may seem, sometimes true happiness, contentment and ambition can be found after the moment when we observe, understand and embrace our failures.” Call 6331 0052 or check this website for more information.
  • The Crucible 16-24 Feb. by the Gainesville Theatre Alliance (University of Georgia and Brenau University), in the Hosch Theatre, Brenau University, 429 Academy Street NE, Gainesville, GA. Call (678)-717-3624 or check the website for more information.
  • The Crucible 13-29 Feb. by Impro Theater, 104 Jabotinsky Street, Ramat Gan, Israel. Directed by Dori Engal, with Daniel Shavit, Miroz Adri, Mani Asis, Tav Hatav, Ido Behar, and Geot Madmon. Purchases must be made online via Hebrew only.
  • The Crucible various dates by Dalkey Players, Ireland, as their entry to the Full Length Drama Circuit 2024 (RTÉ All Ireland Drama Festival). Directed by Emma Jane Nulty, with Kirana Bhagwan, Dermot Byrne, Hannah Clabby, Noel Connolly, Sarah Coughlan, Simon Cunningham, Louschia Harding, George Hogan, Colm Kearns, Anna Kilcoyne, Fiona Lester, Alice Meehan, Gar Molloy, Sharon Nealon, Stevie NíLiam, Alan Nuzum, Gagan Singh, Paul Stack and Michael Ryan. 21-24 Feb. at Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre, Castle Street, Dalkey, Ireland (call: 086 4568608 but already SOLD OUT). Other dates on the festival circuit to be announced. Check their website or FaceBook page for more information.

Unity Theatre

  • The Crucible 8-25 Feb. by Unity Theatre, 300 Church Street, Brenham, TX. Directed by Kate Revnell-Smith. Call 979-830-8358 or check the website for more information.
  • A View from the Bridge 14-24 Feb. by Stagecraft, at Gryphon Theatre, 22 Ghuznee Street, Wellington, New Zealand. Directed by Kate Morris, with Jesse Hinton, Sarah-Beth Brown, Lara Strong, Angelica Thomas, Rio Futschek-Ryan, Polaiu’amea Kirifi, George Kenward Parker and Nick Edwards. Set design by Kate Morris. Call 0508 484 253 or check the website for more information.

Ghent Playhouse

  • All My Sons 9-18 Feb. by Ghent Playhouse, 6 Town Hall Place, Ghent, NY. Directed by Ed Dignum, with George Filieau, Paula Kaplan-Reiss, Leo Hernandez, Lara Denmark, Bill Shein, Jackie DeGeorgis, Tiffany McWilliams, Mark Wilson and Brian Yorck. Set design by Cathy Lee-Visscher. Call 518 392 6264 or check the website for more information. 
  • Death of a Salesman 16-18 Feb. by Sankofa Theatre Company, joined by Gallo Center Repertory Theatre at Gallo Center for the Arts, 1000 I St., Modesto, CA. Sankofa offers the classic tragedy from the perspective of a Black family. Directed by Jim Johnson, with Keith White and Cheryll Knox. Call (209) 338-2100 or check the website for more information.

  • The Crucible 8-11 Feb. by Department of Theatre (student led production), in the Ryan Little Theatre, McMurry University, 1400 Sayles Blvd. Abilene, TX. Directed by Penny Ferris. Call 325 793 3889, or check the website for more information.
  • All My Sons 26 Jan.-4 Feb. by Shakespeare 70 in the Kelsey Theatre, at Mercer County Community College, 1200 Old Trenton Rd, West Windsor Township, NJ. Directed by Frank Falisi assisted by Shannon McGovern, with Peter Kierst, Janet Quartarone, Ray Fallon, Kate Augustin, Jake Burbage, J. Ryan Harmer, Hannah Rapaport-Stein, Jacob Turchi, Maggie Gronenthal, and Forest Li. Set design by Kailey Fitzgerald. Call (609) 882-5979 or check their website or Facebook page for more information. Tickets will be on sale through the theatre.

The Crucible by Lamplighters Community Theatre
  • The Crucible 12 Jan.-4 Feb. by Lamplighters Community Theatre, 5915 Severin Dr., La Mesa, CA. Directed by Melissa Malloy, with John Carroll, Yvonne Nguyen, Camelina Cedillo, Katia Sky, Raymond Evans, Linda Benning (as Danforth), Matt Sayre, Amy Dell, Bryn Williams, Camelina Cedillo, Dani Ucman, Darlene Cleary, Floyd Strayer, Jerry Young,  Lina Hannegan, Rielle Jarrett, Ruth Russell, Tom Kilroy. Call (619) 303-5092 or check the website for more information.

Lamplighters Community Theatre
  • Death of a Salesman 12-27 Jan. by Scarborough Theatre Guild, at Theatre Scarborough, 3600 Kingston Road, Scarborough, ON, Canada. Directed by Mario D’Alimonte, with Mark Rittinger, Annette Huton, Adrian Novakov, Dan Bowers, Alan Maynes, Scott Baker, Tyler Thomas, Danial Goldman, Ali Jiwani, Erin Jones, and Farzana Islam. Set design by Andrea Wicken. Call 416-267-9292 or check the website for more information.

Scarborough Theatre Guild
  • Death of a Salesman 14 Jan. a reprisal of last year’s production by Theaterian at the National Theatre Hall of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy, 14/3 Segunbagicha 1000 Ramna, Dhaka Division, Bangladesh. Translated into Bangla by Fateh Lohani and directed by Ashiqur Rahman Leeon, with Tohid Biplob, Poly Chowdhury, Ahmed Sujan, Mainul Islam Tauhid, Abdul Hai, and Amirul Mamun. Set design by Ashiqur Rahman Leeon. Call +880 2-9562836.

Salesman by Theaterian

  • The Crucible, translated by Sabahattin Eyüboğlu-Vedat Günyol as The Witch’s Cauldron 10-13 Jan. at Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM) City Theater, on the Kağıthane Sadabad Stage, Istanbul, Turkey, and 16 Jan. in Yenibosna at the Dr. Enver Ören Cultural Center. Directed by Yiğit Sertdemir.

    The Crucible/The Witch’s Cauldron, Turkey

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