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MiIler brings everything up through any number of beautifully crafted confrontations, some of them involving Dr. Jim Bayliss Michael Hayden and his wife Sue Chinasa Ogbuagu —they now own the former Deever home—and neighbors on the other side, cheerful Lydia Lubey Jenni Barber and hubby Frank Nehal Joshi , an enthusiastic astrologer busy preparing charts to convince Kate that Larry has to have survived.
Douglas W. Schmidt designed the commodious Keller home and the only visible side of the Bayliss home.
Natasha Katz is the lighting designer, John Gromada the sound designer. Together they cook up a prologue storm both figuratively and literally an indication of the theatrical storm to follow.
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Incidentally, Jane Greenwood outfits them—and everyone else in the ensemble—with the right, home-y fashions. As with all classic plays—this one ranks as just that—new revelations pop out with every look. Among the epiphanies for me this time are the number of amusing lines that Miller—often thought to have too much on his mind to be funny—includes in the opening sequence. During it, Joe and neighbors are sitting in the Keller yard to establish the seemingly average-Joe pun intended atmosphere on the verge of changing for the worse.
Also striking me for perhaps the first time, when maybe it should have been glaring before, is how closely Miller hews to his frequent fathers-and-sons theme. Miller goes after the theme with apparent compulsion, while the women—the mothers, the wives—fend for their husbands and themselves as effectively as they can.