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By Harold Bloom

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On January 7, John A. Silberman, Miller’s lawyer, wrote the members of the Wooster Group to inform them that one of the attorneys in his office had attended a performance on January 5. He told the Group that its current version “continues to constitute an infringement on Mr. ” He said that “blatant and continuing violations of Mr. D. • • • The issues raised by Arthur Miller’s withholding of rights for The Crucible are numerous, touching highly emotional issues involving the certitudes of law and questions of interpretation as well as allegations of censorship and theft.

Afterwards, he went upstairs to talk with the performers and compliment them on their work. ” In conversation with her, Miller voiced three concerns. First, the audience might think LeCompte’s interpretation a parody. Secondly, the audience might believe the piece was a performance of the entire play and not just excerpts. , Broadway, production. He left, saying he would have to think about it and he would be in touch with them again. A week later, he instructed ICM to write the Wooster Group, saying that he would not grant them permission to use excerpts from The Crucible.

He came to the show that night. Afterwards, he went upstairs to talk with the performers and compliment them on their work. ” In conversation with her, Miller voiced three concerns. First, the audience might think LeCompte’s interpretation a parody. Secondly, the audience might believe the piece was a performance of the entire play and not just excerpts. , Broadway, production. He left, saying he would have to think about it and he would be in touch with them again. A week later, he instructed ICM to write the Wooster Group, saying that he would not grant them permission to use excerpts from The Crucible.

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