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The American Clock archiveThis sometimes funny, sometimes movingly poignant drama portrays a tortured time in American history. Set in the aftermath of the 1929 stock market crash, with America in political and social turmoil and families descending into poverty, Miller's play celebrates the indomitable spirit of the people who survived and prevailed in the face of unaccustomed adversity.

Author Arthur Miller.

Archive listings for The American Clock

Work type: Play.

T0629259424

Producer Old Vic. Director Rachel Chavkin. Design Chloe Lamford. Costume Rosie Elnile. Choreographer Ann Yee. Lighting Natasha Chivers. Sound Darron L West. Director Jessica Ronane (CDG - casting director). Musical Director Jim Henson. Performer Amber Aga (Rose Baum). Performer Paul Bentall (Grandpa/Kapush). Performer Greg Bernstein (Male Swing). Performer Clare Burt (Rose Baum/Lucille). Performer Flora Dawson (Female Swing). Performer Abhin Galeya (Moe Baum/Tony/Farmer). Performer Fred Haig (Lee Baum/Sidney Margolies). Performer Jyuddah Jaymes (Lee Baum/Charley/Graham). Performer John Marquez (Moe Baum/Farmer/Ryan). Performer Francesca Mills (Edie/Doris Gross/Diana Morgan/Isabel/Harriet Taylor/Lucy). Performer Taheen Modak (Lee Baum/Joe). Performer Christian Patterson (Arthur Clayton/Dr Rosman/Judge Bradley). Performer Golda Rosheuvel (Rose Baum/Irene/Mrs Taylor). Performer Abdul Salis (Isaac/Frank/Toland/Jesse Livermore). Performer Julie Jupp (Fanny Margolies). Performer Ewan Wardrop (Theodore K Quinn/Brewster/William Durant/Stanislaus). Performer Clarke Peters (Moe 3/Robertson/Taylor).
4 Feb 19 to 30 Mar 19Old Vic Theatre, West End :: V402
listing details L0200249758

T0590091620

The American Clock premiered on Broadway at the Biltmore Theatre in 1980. Its only professional UK production to date was at the National Theatre in 1986 where it was nominated for an Olivier Award for Best New Play.Producer The Steam Industry (and Neil McPherson at the Finborough Theatre by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Ltd). Director Phil Willmott. Design Phillip Lindley. Costume Gregor Donnelly. Lighting Jason Meininger. Sound Edward Lewis. Performer Michael Benz. Performer David Ellis. Performer Eva Fontaine. Performer Michael J Hayes. Performer Christopher Heyward. Performer James Horne. Performer Natalie Kent. Performer Richard Morse. Performer Daniel Norford. Performer Megan Elizabeth Pitt. Performer Patrick Poletti. Performer Issy Van Randwyck.
27 Mar 12 to 21 Apr 12Finborough, Inner London :: V199
listing details L208672999

T0192562275

Company Birmingham School of Acting.
22 Oct 08 to 25 Oct 08Crescent Theatre, Birmingham :: V144
listing details L01966476882

T1742723774

Company Mountview.
6 May 04 to 15 May 04Greenwich Theatre, Outer London :: V308
listing details L0195448623

T2135362014

Company Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts (3rd Year Students).
20 Jun 01 to 23 Jun 01Mountview Theatre School, Outer London :: V317
listing details L0769185744

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