Arthur Miller Cancels Sept. 22 Chat Due to Illness

News   Arthur Miller Cancels Sept. 22 Chat Due to Illness
Famed playwright Arthur Miller has canceled his Sept. 22 chat with New York Times cultural writer Mel Gussow.

According to a statement, Miller has canceled the engagement due to illness. He does, however, plan to reschedule the conversation for a later date to be announced. Tickets for the Sept. 22 conversation will be honored when the discussion is rescheduled; those who would prefer a refund should call (212) 415-5500. The 92nd Street Y Unterberg Poetry Center was scheduled to kick off its 65th season with the conversation between the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and the Times scribe. Gussow, who penned the tome "Conversations with Miller," was to speak to the playwright about his craft and lengthy theatrical career.

Arthur Miller won Tonys for the original productions of All My Sons, Death of a Salesman and The Crucible. His other works include A View From the Bridge, A Memory of Mondays, After the Fall, The Price, The Creation of the World and Other Business, The American Clock, The Ride Down Mt. Morgan, The Last Yankee and Broken Glass.

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