Iconic playwright Arthur Miller’s life is brought to the stage in this rehearsed reading at Luxembourg's Grand Théâtre directed by Thierry Mousset.
“Brooklyn Boy Made Good” includes excerpts from Miller’s autobiography, essays, open letters and interviews accompanied by live music and completes the month-long focus on Miller by the venue.
Arthur Miller was born to a Jewish family in New York in 1915. He began writing plays while a student at the University of Michigan and though he became a journalist after his graduation in 1938, he continued to write plays.
Miller received acclaim for “All My Sons” in 1947, “Death of a Salesman” (1949), which won him the Pulitzer Prize, and “The Crucible” (1952).