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Photo Features Celebrate Arthur Miller With a Look Back at his Work on Broadway The Tony-winning playwright was born October 17, 1915.
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Arthur Miller was born in New York City October 17, 1915.

The multiple Tony and Pulitzer winner became one of the foremost American playwrights of the post-WWII era, with dramas like All My Sons, The Crucible, and his magnum opus Death of a Salesman, that looked deeply into the nation's soul. With his soaring words and poignant insight, Miller's writing remains a fixture on the stage—in honor of the legendary playwright, take a look back at his work on the Main Stem.

Celebrate Arthur Miller With a Look Back at his Work on Broadway

 
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