Arthur Miller at 100

arthurmillerThis year marks the centennial of one of the 20th century’s most enduring playwrights, Arthur Miller (1915-2005).

His works continue to resonate with today’s audiences as the themes wrestle with issues of personal integrity and social responsibility.

On the stage, there has been a surge of revivals to celebrate Miller’s birthday, with more than 130 productions of The Crucible, and numerous productions of Death of a Salesman and A View from the Bridge scheduled this year. If you aren’t lucky enough to attend a performance, consider reading one of his works or viewing a film from the library collection.

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