Summary

Arthur Miller's famous autobiographical drama takes place inside the tortured mind of a 40-year-old lawyer. Quentin is haunted by his disastrous affair with a needy sex symbol, a character rumored to be based on Marilyn Monroe, Miller's second wife.
(P)1999 L.A. Theatre Works
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4 out of 5 stars
By Maria on 22-05-10

Stay with it

This play can be a bit confusing at first as it establishes characters and weaves backwards and forwards from the present to the past. It is rewarding if you can stay with it and not be put off early. A play you can listen to a few times without being bored. A great insight into the mind and life of the playwright during his time with Marilyn Monroe.

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5 out of 5 stars
By James M. Oakes on 16-09-17

BUY IT OR STEAL IT: ATF IS A PUNCH TO THE GUT!

Inspired performances--all equal to the brilliant '64 Lincoln Center cast recording with Jason Robards. Genius!

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