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Arthur Miller Scholar Stephen Marino to Speak at Delta College
Arthur Miller Scholar Stephen Marino to Speak at Delta College

In conjunction with Delta College Drama’s production of Death of a Salesman (March 13, 14, 20-21), Dr. Stephen Marino, a prominent Miller scholar and drama critic on the playwright’s works, will visit the college from New York to lead three presentations on Friday, March 20th at Delta’s Alfred H. Muller Studio Theater. Delta’s production of Death of a Salesman is directed by Harvey Jordan.

 

March 20 - Studio Theater
1:30 p.m.
Presentation & Discussion:
Arthur Miller in Performance

2:30 p.m.
Presentation and discussion:

Death of a Salesman: The Tragedy of the American Dream

 

After the March 20 Evening Performance: 

Talkback with the Director, Cast, and Audience.

 

Co-sponsored by the Cultural Awareness Program Committee (CAP), The Arts and Communication Division, and Delta's Center for the Arts, these events are open to the public. The Studio Theater is located on the third floor of Locke Building on the Delta College campus.

 

Dr. Stephen Marino is the founding editor of The Arthur Miller Journal. His work on Arthur Miller has appeared in numerous journals and essay collections. He is the editor of “The Salesman Has a Birthday”: Essays Celebrating the Fiftieth Anniversary of Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, and the author of A Language Study of Arthur Miller’s Plays, The Poetic in the Colloquial. Mr. Marino is also the editor of the Methuen critical student edition of A View From the Bridge.

Dr. Marino’s interviews with the celebrated actress Joan Copeland, Arthur Miller’s sister; Miller’s biographer, Christopher Bigsby; and playwright, David Henry Hwang, have appeared in the Arthur Miller Journal. Marino will chair the Arthur Miller Centennial Conference at St. Francis College in Brooklyn, October 16-18, 2015. His new book, Arthur Miller Death of a Salesman / The Crucible: A Reader’s Guide to Essential Criticism will be published by Macmillan/Palgrave in the fall 2015.

 

For further information, contact Delta College English professor Jane Dominik at jdominik@deltacollege.edu.

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