Tag Archives: Arthur Miller

Belgian Tragedy: Ivo Van Hove ‘reinvents’ A View from the Bridge at the Young Vic

Saturday 19th April 2014, matinée Watching the Young Vic’s new production of Arthur Millers ‘A View from the Bridge’ made us feel as though we were witnessing a battle between a great playwright and a director who appears to want to … Continue reading

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The Comforts of unreason: Arthur Miller’s The Last Yankee gets the Print Room treatment

7th September 2013 We are always on the lookout for an excuse to visit The Print Room – so far this small venue has delighted us with a little known Ibsen play and very well-known Chekov one, both brilliantly produced. … Continue reading

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Are you now or have you ever been….Jewish: Arthur Miller’s Broken Glass at the Tricycle

13th August 2011 matinée (preview) Having gone to see Broken Glass without much previous knowledge (except that it was on at the Tricycle and boasted Anthony Sher in the cast) we were astonished to discover that Arthur Miller’s playwriting career spans … Continue reading

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