The Arthur Miller Foundation believes that arts education is the right of every New York City public school student. To honor the legacy of Arthur Miller and his NYC public school education, the Foundation is committed to providing access and equity to quality theater and film education, as an integral part of an academic curriculum. It also believes that if arts education assumes its rightful place in the NYC public school system, it will foster generations of imaginative graduates, enhancing the evolving world of theater, film, and other fields of human endeavor.
Official website of the Arthur Miller Trust: includes author biography, complete list of works, links to essays and interviews, online resources, representation information and more.
This partnership between the Fund for Public Schools, New York City Department of Education Office of Arts and Special Projects, and the Arthur Miller Foundation seeks to establish sustainability for theater programs in schools throughout the city though mentorship, curriculum resources, teaching artist residencies and admission to performances and special events.
Arthur Miller: Collected Plays (Library of America): by Arthur Miller, Edited by Tony Kushner
In 2001, Arthur Miller was selected by the NEH as a Jefferson Lecturer, the highest honor the federal government bestows in the humanities. This site includes links to Miller's lecture, a biography and interview with Miller conducted by then NEH chair William R. Ferris.
Named for Arthur Miller, a fierce advocate for free expression and longtime leader of PEN, the annual lecture is a hallmark of the PEN World Voices Festival."
Located at The University of Texas at Austin, The Arthur Miller Collection includes working notebooks and drafts of plays, screenplays, novels, short stories, and prose writings. Among the best-represented works are The Crucible, Death of a Salesman, The Misfits, and A View from the Bridge.