After more than half a century of fame, is there anything left to ask Arthur Miller? Well, critic and columnist Frank Rich is going to give it the old New York Times try on Jan. 21 at 8 PM when he interviews the lauded playwright at the 92nd Street Y in Manhattan. The duo will focus specifically on the upcoming Broadway revival of Miller's The Crucible, starring Laura Linney, Liam Neeson and Brian Murray. The production is only the latest Broadway show for Miller, who has seen Death of a Salesman, The Price, A View from the Bridge and The Ride Down Mt. Morgan all reach Times Square in recent years.
Rich, once chief theatre critic for the Times, now divides his time between an Op-Ed column and penning books, including his recently released memoir, "Ghost Light."
—By Robert Simonson