by Arthur Miller
Director Martha Henry
Risk the security of your loved ones or gamble with the lives of strangers? In this gripping classic by acclaimed playwright Arthur Miller, all it takes is one dark secret to shatter a family’s American Dream.
This production is dedicated to the memory of sound designer Todd
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Production support is generously
provided by Larry Enkin & family in memory of Sharon Enkin, by Dr. Desta
Leavine in memory of Pauline Leavine, by Esther & Sam Sarick in honour of
Martha Henry and by Jack Whiteside.Support for the 2016 season of the Tom Patterson Theatre is generously provided by Richard Rooney & Laura Dinner.
2016: Duncan in Macbeth, Joe Keller in All My Sons and Vilhalm Foldal in John Gabriel Borkman. Ninth season. Stratford: 2015 season: The Diary of Anne Frank, She Stoops to Conquer and The Last Wife. Joseph was part of the Stratford company from 1983 to 1987, acting in Love's Labour's Lost, Henry IV, Part 1, A Midsummer Night's Dream, King Lear, Twelfth Night, The Winter's Tale, Cymbeline, Pericles, Measure for Measure and many others. In 2000 he directed Paul Gross as Hamlet, and in 2009 he appeared in Morris Panych's play The Trespassers. Elsewhere: Founding member of Soulpepper, where he has directed and acted in many plays, including Our Town, Death of a Salesman and A Christmas Carol. He has had a long association with the Shaw Festival, as an actor and as director of plays such as When We Are Married, Harvey, Major Barbara and Widowers' Houses.
2016: Kate Keller in All My Sons and Mrs. Gunhild Borkman in John Gabriel Borkman. 29th season. Stratford: 29 seasons at Stratford include Mrs. Hardcastle (She Stoops to Conquer), Mary Stuart, Judith Bliss (Hay Fever), Mrs. Sullen (The Beaux' Stratagem), Elora (The Thrill), Masha (Three Sisters), Dolly (Hello, Dolly!), Anna (The King and I), Nana (For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again), The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead, Regan (King Lear, Tony-nominated production), Rosalind, Viola, Portia, Lady Macbeth, Beatrice, Desdemona, the Duchess of Malfi, and the popular cabaret series Late Night with Lucy. Elsewhere: Winnie in Happy Days at the National Theatre School and Paulina in Groundling Theatre's The Winter's Tale in Toronto. Queen Lear at the University of Northern Colorado. Author of Limericks by Lucy Peacock as the Duchess of Malfi: Written as She Lay Dead on the Stage.
2016: Seyton in Macbeth, Dr. Jim Bayliss in All My Sons and The Scavenger, Allecto's Son in The Aeneid. Sixth season. Stratford: Juan Murillo (The Physicists), Thaliard, Leonine (Pericles), Eilif (Mother Courage), Melun (King John), Alexas (Antony and Cleopatra), Bellievre (Mary Stuart), Abhorson (Measure for Measure), Cymbeline, Elektra, Richard III, Titus Andronicus. Elsewhere: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (The Mountaintop) (The Grand); Big Sam (Gone With the Wind) (RMTC); Seyton (Macbeth), Friar Laurence (Romeo and Juliet) (Chicago Shakespeare); Macduff (Macbeth) (First Folio Theatre); King (King Hedley II) (Karamu); Moustique (Dream on Monkey Mountain); Junior (Before It Hits Home); Cleveland Play House; Idaho Shakespeare Festival; Theater Wit, Chicago; The Great Lakes Theater Festival. Film/TV: The Beast (Sony), Ask Gilby, Maybe By Then, Thunder Bay (PBS). Training: Ohio University, Birmingham Conservatory. Et cetera: E.B. would like to dedicate his work to his parents and grandmother, and to the memory of his Papa, who will always be in the front row.
Playwright: All My Sons
Born in Harlem, New York City, on October 17, 1915, Arthur Miller studied playwriting at the University of Michigan. His first Broadway play, The Man Who Had All the Luck, produced in 1944, was not a commercial success, but All My Sons, in 1947, achieved both popular and critical acclaim, winning the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for Best Play and Tony Awards for Miller and for director Elia Kazan. Death of a Salesman followed in 1949, winning not only another New York Drama Critics' Circle Award and Tonys for play and playwright, but also the Pulitzer Prize. The Crucible, produced in 1953, also won a Tony for Best Play.
Miller's other plays include A View From the Bridge and A Memory of Two Mondays (1955), After the Fall (1964), Incident at Vichy (1964), The Price (1968), The Creation of the World and Other Business (1972), The Archbishop's Ceiling (1977), The American Clock (1980), The Ride Down Mt. Morgan (1991), The Last Yankee (1993), Broken Glass (1994), Mr. Peters' Connections (1998), Resurrection Blues (2002) and Finishing the Picture (2004).
Other works include a novel, Focus (1945), the screenplay for The Misfits (1960), the memoir Salesman in Beijing (1984) and the autobiography Timebends (1988). Short fiction includes the collection I Don't Need You Anymore (1967), the novella Homely Girl, a Life (1995) and Presence: Stories (2007).
In 1999, Miller received a special Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement. His many other distinctions include the National Medal for the Arts in 1993, the 1995 Olivier Award for Broken Glass, two Emmys, an Obie, a BBC Best Play Award, the George Foster Peabody Award, a Gold Medal for Drama from the National Institute of Arts and Letters, the Literary Lion Award from the New York Public Library, the John F. Kennedy Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Algur Meadows Award.
He received honorary degrees from Oxford University and Harvard University and was awarded the Prix Molière of the French theatre. He died on February 10, 2005.
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