Former Brooklyn Heights resident, Pulitzer and multiple Tony award winner Arthur Miller (1915-2005), remembered for his plays The Crucible, Death of a Salesman, The Misfits, A View From the Bridge and many others, will be the subject of a centennial conference at St. Francis College this weekend. While tickets to the event, which includes a dramatic reading by Broadway actress, and Miller’s sister, Joan Copeland, as well as a Muslim/Syrian production of A View from the Bridge, various lectures and panel discussions, and a reception, are expensive and appear to be limited to members of the academic community and St. Francis alums (but, hey, who can’t claim to be an “Independent scholar”?), there is one event, a staged reading of Miller’s All My Sons by “On the Verge” of Ithaca College, which, according to this Eagle story, is free and open to the public. The reading takes place in Founder’s Hall, 180 Remsen Street, at 1:00 Sunday afternoon, October 18.
Arthur Miller Centennial at St. Francis
By Claude Scales on October 14, 2015 12:03 am in Arts and Entertainment, Brooklyn Heights, Events, Theater
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