Arthur Miller (17 October 1915 - 10 February 2005) is considered one of the greatest American playwrights of the 20th century. The Tony Award-winning writer is best known for his modern tragedies such as Death of a Salesman and The Crucible, which were characterized by their interrogation of the nature of the American dream in post-war society.
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Face to Face: Arthur Miller
Meet the man himself in this 1995 interview, which explores the development of British and American theatre, and how Miller used writing as a tool for expression and change.
A Concise Introduction to Arthur Miller
Get everything you need to know about Arthur Miller in this concise introduction of his life and works.
Production: All My Sons
Miller’s scathing portrait of American society is revived here with an intricate, naturalistic set and detailed performances.
Documentary: Arthur Miller
Filmed in 1987, this exclusive interview sees Miller discuss the political and poetic nature of his plays, being a writer in the US during the late twentieth century, and his marriage to Marilyn Monroe.
Practical Workshop Guide: A View From the Bridge
Deepen your students’ understanding of Miller’s play A View From the Bridge with this ready-to-go practical workshop guide.