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After the fall a play

After the Fall is embedded in historical events that were bound up with Arthur Miller's personal life. It is an intensely personal psychological study of its protagonist Quentin and a moral and philosophical commentary on the Holocaust, McCarthyism, and the career and death of Marilyn Monroe. The play marks the full realization of Miller's modernist experimentation in trying to create a form that dramatizes both human consciousness or subjectivity and its interrelationship with social and familial dynamics. A drama that takes place in the mind and thoughts of its protagonist, where memories are overshadowed by the Holocaust, the play is a moving study of human consciousness and morality.

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  • "After the Fall is embedded in historical events that were bound up with Arthur Miller's personal life. It is an intensely personal psychological study of its protagonist Quentin and a moral and philosophical commentary on the Holocaust, McCarthyism, and the career and death of Marilyn Monroe. The play marks the full realization of Miller's modernist experimentation in trying to create a form that dramatizes both human consciousness or subjectivity and its interrelationship with social and familial dynamics. A drama that takes place in the mind and thoughts of its protagonist, where memories are overshadowed by the Holocaust, the play is a moving study of human consciousness and morality."@en
  • "Quentin is a successful lawyer in New York, but inside his head he is struggling with his own sense of guilt and the shadows of his past relationships. One of these an ill-fated marriage to the charming and beautiful Maggie, who went from operating a switchboard to become a self-destructive star - a singer everyone wanted a piece of."
  • "A lost character draws upon events in his past as he searched for life's meaning in Miller's powerful play."@en
  • "The American National Theatre and Academy presents A Martin Tahse production, Arthur Miller's "After the Fall," starring Charles Aidman, Rudy Bond, Sylvia Gassell, Linda Geiser, Robert Gerringer, Patricia Falkenhain, Susan Browning, David Spielberg, Robert Baines, Heather Mackenzie and Judi West, setting and lighting by Jo Mielziner, costumes by Patton Campbell, music composed by David Amram, production directed by Edward Parone, first produced by the Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center, Inc."@en
  • "Presents a drama concerning the struggle of a man attempting to make peace with history-- his own and the world's-- in order to go forward with his life. Haunted by his relationship with a needy sex symbol, Quentin's casual remarks to an unseen listener spark a relentless exploration of the past motives and compromises that still shape his present."@en
  • "Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, directors: Elia Kazan and Robert Whitehead, "After the Fall," by Arthur Miller, directed by Elia Kazan, "Marco Millions," by Eugene O'Neill, directed by Jose Quintero, "But For Whom Charlie" by S.N. Behrman, directed by Elia Kazan. "After the Fall," by Arthur Miller, directed by Elia Kazan, production and lighting designed by Jo Mielziner, music composed by David Amram, costumes by Anna Hill Johnstone."
  • "Quentin is a successful lawyer, but he is struggling with a sense of guilt about past relationships, particularly his marriage to the charming and beautiful Maggie. 'After the Fall' is often seen as the most explicitly autobiographical of Miller's plays, and Maggie as an unflinching portrait of his ex-wife Marilyn Monroe."@en
  • "A lost character draws upon events in his past as he searches for life's meaning in Miller's powerful play."
  • ""Quentin is a successful lawyer in New York, but inside his head he is struggling with his own sense of guilt and the shadows of his past relationships. One of these an ill-fated marriage to the charming and beautiful Maggie, who went from operating a switchboard to become a self-destructive star - a singer everyone wanted a piece of. After the Fall is often seen as the most explicitly autobiographical of Arthur Miller's plays, and Maggie as an unflinching portrait of Miller's ex-wife Marilyn Monroe, only two years after her suicide. But in its psychological acuity and depth, and its brilliant, dreamlike structure, it is a literary, and not just biographical, masterpiece." -- Publisher description."@en
  • "A man attempts to make peace with his past in order to move forward in his life. Haunted by his relationship with a needy sex symbol, Quentin's remarks to an unseen listener sparks a relentless exploration of the past motives and compromises that still shape his present."
  • "A man attempts to make peace with his past in order to move forward in his life. Haunted by his relationship with a needy sex symbol, Quentin's remarks to an unseen listener sparks a relentless exploration of the past motives and compromises that still shape his present."@en

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  • "Dramat amerykański"
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  • "Théâtre américain"
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  • "After the fall : [New York City, Anta-Washington square Theatre, 23rd of January, 1964]"
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