No Villain archiveOver six days during spring break 1936 at the University of Michigan, a twenty year old college sophomore wrote his first play, No Villain. The aim was to win the prestigious Avery Hopwood award and more importantly the 0 prize he needed in order to return to college the following year. He won the award that year (and the next) but the play was never produced - until now. This remarkable debut play gives us a tantalising glimpse of Miller's early life, the seeding of his political values and the beginning of his extraordinary career. 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.


David Bromley (Abe Simon), Nesba Crenshaw (Esther Simon), Kenneth Jay (Grandpa Barnett), Stephen Omer (Roth/Dawson/Man), George Turvey (Ben Simon), Alex Forsyth (Arnie), Michael Lyle (Frank), Helen Coles (Maxine)


Author: Arthur Miller
Producer(s): Covent Garden Productions, Turner Theatre Ltd (in association with The Old Red Lion)
Director: Sean Turner
Sound: Richard Melkonian
Design: Max Dorey
Lighting: Jack Weir
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No Villain

No Villain (Play) production archive for QTIX code T1364722006. Details of all No Villain archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S01866392068

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Trafalgar Theatre
West End
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