"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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