Arthur Miller’s First Play No Villain Transfer To Trafalgar 2

No Villain by Arthur Miller at Trafalgar Studios 2

David Bromley and George Turvey in No Villain. Photo: Cameron Harle

Following it’s critically acclaimed sell-out world premiere at The Old Red Lion Theatre last year, Arthur Miller’s first ever play No Villain will transfer to Trafalgar Studios 2 in London’s West End playing from 14 June – 9 July 2016.

Over six days during spring break 1936 at the University of Michigan, a twenty year old college sophomore wrote his first play, No Villain. His aim was to win the prestigious Avery Hopwood award and, more importantly, the $250 prize he needed in order to return to college the following year. Miller won the award, and the subsequent one, but the play was never produced.

My first attempt at a play, rather inevitably, had been about industrial action and a father and his two sons, the most autobiographical dramatic work I would ever write. – Arthur Miller

No Villain tells the story of a garment industry strike that sets a son against his factory proprietor father. Here, Miller explores the Marxist theory that would see him hauled before the House Un-American Activities Committee years later.

No Villain is directed by Sean Turner, with design by Max Dorey, lighting design by Jack Weir and sound design by Richard Melkonian, the cast will include David Bromley as ‘Abe Simon’, Nesba Crenshaw as ‘Esther Simon’, Kenneth Jay as ‘Grandpa Barnett’, Stephen Omer as ‘Roth/Dawson/Man’, and George Turvey as ‘Ben Simon’.

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Read our review of No Villain.

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