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Protecting Didi, Gogo and Willy Loman
Arthur Miller's estate just cracked down on an Australian production's revision of Death of a Salesman (no epilogue, and Willy gasses himself rather than dying in an auto accident). The Beckett estate is notorious for its insistence on no deviations whatsoever from the script. Terry Teachout considers the limits of such protectiveness. The Wall Street Journal 10/26/12
Posted October 26, 2012 12:23 AM




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