Theater: The Miller's Tale

After the Fall. After more than eight years of silence, Arthur Miller returns to the stage and launches the Lincoln Center Repertory Theater in a torrent of self-revelation. His new play is a memory book of betrayals, a soliloquy with his conscience, an exorcism of guilt, an intimate manual of bad marriages, a chronicle of the birth of a writer, a dirge for the death of love, and underlying all, a tormented but intellectualized quest for self-justification.

The Furies who pursue the playwright are his mother, his first wife, and his second wife, Marilyn...

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