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.
Miller passed away February 10, 2005.
The Arthur Miller Foundation holds its inaugural Arthur Miller Foundation Honors this year, which celebrate the power of public school arts education, October 22 at City Winery in New York City. On the evening, the foundation will honor HBO Documentary Films with the Arthur Miller Foundation Legacy Award, and Angels in America playwright Tony Kushner with the Arthur Miller Foundation Humanitarian Award.
For more information visit Arthurmillerfoundation.org.
Flip through the Playbills of 12 of his plays that came to Broadway below: