Farewell to Sigmund Miller, a playwright and screenwriter blacklisted during the McCarthy Era. Miller, who moved to London and wrote screenplays under a pseudonym, was 87 when he died Aug. 5, according to the NY Times obituary (Aug. 17). Miller's One Bright Day played 29 performances at Broadway's Royale Theatre and starred Walter Matthau and co-producer Howard Lindsay. 1959's Masquerade, with Cloris Leachman, played one night at the John Golden Theatre.
-- By David Lefkowitz