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A South Florida Theater Critic Reflects

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Miami is not particularly known for being a theater center for the US which is all the more reason why Christine Dolen’s thoughts on the scene there, after 36 years of watching it as a critic, are particularly compelling. I talked to Tennessee Williams at a table by the water in Key West. I met Edward Albee for the first time in the lobby of ...

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Arthur Miller on American Theater

On the centennial anniversary of Arthur Miller’s birth, some insights on the state of American Theater in this 1992 Charlie Rose interview clip:

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Guarding Arthur Miller: When Writers’ Estates Say No

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The Guardian:  Theater directors and writers’ estates do not always see eye to eye. As a new generation seeks to reinterpret Arthur Miller’s work, we lift the lid on the scandals, bans and breakthroughs.

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