THE AMERICAN CLOCK: A MURAL FOR THEATER BY ARTHUR MILLER

1979. No Binding. Script for Miller's play, signed by him on the title page, and numbered (in seperate hand) 65/200, presumably indicating this was limited to 200 copies. 102 pages. The play was first produced by the Harold Culman Theatre and opened at the Dockstreet Theatrei n Charleston SC on May 24, 1980 at the Spoleto Festival there. One of Miller's lesser known works ,the play is about 1930s America during the Depression. It is based in part on Studs Terkel's Hard Times: An Oral History of the Great Depression. It's theme is the dissolution of the American Dream, and evocative of Miller's most famous work, Death of a Salesman. The play The play premiered on Broadway at the Biltmore Theatre on November 11, 1980 and closed on November 30, 1980 after 12 performances and 11 previews. Since then it has been revivied Off-Broadway and staged at the National Theatre in London but to miexed reviews at best. Thick blue paper covers, brad-bound, printed at Studio Duplicating Service in Manhattan. Very Good+. Item #013009

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