Thursday, January 28, 2016

“The centennial of Arthur Miller’s birth in October 1915...



"The centennial of Arthur Miller's birth in October 1915 has returned the playwright's name to the front and center of the New York theater world. But nowhere is #ArthurMiller more alive than in the streets of Brooklyn. In 1952, the @nytimes staff photographer Sam Falk took this photo of Arthur at 155 Willow Street in Brooklyn Heights, where he lived for a few years with his first wife (and where he was living when he met his second, Marilyn Monroe). In an office on the top floor of the Federal-style house, Miller wrote "A View From the Bridge" — which has drawn stellar reviews since it opened on Broadway last year — and "The Crucible," which starts previews on Broadway in a few weeks. To read more about #ArthurMiller and Brooklyn, visit the link in our profile. #tbt" By nytimes on Instagram.



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