Arthur Miller 2019: a summary

Before this, I’ve taken on Shakespeare, puppetry and Emma Rice; thanks to an early pattern in theatre scheduling, I decided this year had to focus on Arthur Miller. I started off really enthusiastically – it definitely helped that I was rather spoilt for choice in terms of productions of Arthur Miller’s plays in the first […]

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The American Clock

“…there is no limit to human stupidity.” Arthur Miller’s 1980 play, The American Clock, is packed full of hugely relevant themes – but none stick in the mind quite as much as this thought from Arthur Robertson at the beginning of the final speech. Time and time again we see history repeat itself, yet somehow we […]

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