Seen & Heard

Seen on Broadway:

I’ve never understood why some people feel that The Crucible is a second-class Arthur Miller play. To me, its relentless narrative drive, timeless theme, and incisive psychological insights make it one of the great American plays. The current Broadway revival should be more than enough to sweep away anyone’s objections. In the hands of director Richard Eyre, the action unfolds like a series of hammer blows, as the entire community of Puritan Salem, Massac

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