A fascination with Jo Mielziner’s scenic designs for the 1949 premiere of Arthur Miller’s Death Of A Salesman paved the way for Brian Webb to recreate those very sets for the current Broadway revival. “I have always admired Jo Mielziner as a scenic artist,” confirms Webb, a New York-based designer who had read Mielziner’s day-by-day diary of his process for the play. “That diary fueled my fascination,” he adds. “Mielziner had given his designs to the New York Public Library for the ...
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