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Director James Cady will discuss After the Fall, which many believe to be Arthur Miller's most personal - and controversial - play. It is a searing drama about memory, Miller, Marilyn and America in the 1950s and is played out against the rising Cold War with Russia and its political ramifications.
Cady is directing After the Fall at Aux Dog Theatre Nob Hill, which opens September 8, kicking off the theatre's Tenth Anniversary Season.
Miller is considered one of the great American playwrights, along with Tennessee Williams and Eugene O’Neill. Among his best known works are the Tony Award winning “The Crucible” which is his most frequently produced work, “A View From The Bridge” which won the 2016 Tony Award for Best Revival, and, of course, “Death of a Salesman,” a landmark of 20th-century drama which won the triple crown of theatrical artistry: the New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award, the Tony, and the Pulitzer Prize.
This Director's Presentation is free for all members. Tickets for the show can be purchased at auxdogtheatre.org.