Theater: Good Luck

Arthur Miller's first play gets its first U.S. revival

His latest play is running successfully on Broadway. A string of first-rate revivals has, in recent years, burnished a glowing reputation. There's even a new opera based on one of his tragedies that has a shot at entering the modern repertory. Alone of his theatrical generation, Arthur Miller, at 84, remains a living, vital force on our stages.

A small but worthwhile part of his good fortune is the first-ever U.S. revival of his first professionally produced play, called, with ironic aptness,The Man Who Had All the Luck. Now running in a smart, wonderfully acted production at the Ivy Substation...

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