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Arthur Miller's semi-autobiographical play about Quentin, a Jewish intellectual from New York who must reexamine his life and his troubled relationship with Holga. The play premiered on Broadway at the ANTA Washington Square Theatre, in 1964, directed by Elia Kazan, who also collaborated with Miller on the script. In 1984, the play was revived Off-Broadway, at Playhouse 9, starringFrank Langella and Dianne Wiest. In 2004, the play was revived on Broadway. Produced for tv in 1974. Directed by Gilbert Cates, starring Faye Dunaway, Christopher Plummer, and Bibi Andersson One of 999, in a near fine publisher's slipcase.