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February 2014

By Brianna Arrighi, Artistic Assistant Death of a Salesman is one of the most successful plays of all time, sure, but it might not have the romance you’re looking for this Valentine’s Day. Fear not- playwright Arthur Miller makes up for it with his own love life, which was famously defined by his marriage to Marilyn Monroe. According to an excerpt

by Jessica Austin, Marketing Assistant.  Chances are, if you went to high school in America, you've read the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Arthur Miller entitled Death of a Salesman. If you never had the pleasure of reading it, here’s a quick synopsis: Death of a Salesman is a critique of the American Dream as seen through an average family in New York who

I was delighted to be able to catch two actors from our current production of Working at our concessions stand for a quick Theater in Thirty roundup. I spent time talking to Christopher Chew, who you might remember from Urinetown, 1776, and Man of La Mancha, as well as Shannon Lee Jones, who is making her Lyric debut with Working. Check out our interviews, below, as

Working, our next production, opens tonight! Working is a celebration of average working people, and our talented design team has banded together to create a beautiful world for this production to live in. Below, take a look at some of the drafts and designs created by scenic designer Anne Sherer and costume designer Rafael Jaen: https://youtu.be/dqnGK2605sA https://youtu.be/roUJwaMzzkI?list=PLKpNItkXewsLbIhqBRMmYnOuaNZDUTFyN