The plays of Arthur Miller continue to speak to audiences in strong and apt terms. Such questions as “Is there such a thing as a tragedy of the common man?” or even “Is there such a thing as an American tragedy? still seek answers, and Miller’s plays abide as possible responses.
This class will examine and discuss Miller’s four major plays — DEATH OF A SALESMAN, ALL MY SONS, THE CRUCIBLE, and AFTER THE FALL– in order to see what they have to say to us today on a variety of other subjects as well. Through an examination of texts and films some powerful answers should emerge.
Date: Wednesday evenings 7/13-8/31 (8 classes)
Time: 6:00 PM-8:00 PM
Location: Wilsonville Public Library
Texts will be available for purchase at a discount.
Sign up by calling the library at 503-682-2744 or visiting the Circulation Desk.