N.p. N.p., Circa 1965. Vintage borderless photograph of director Franco Zeffirelli on the set of the 1965 Italian production of Arthur Miller's 1964 play. With two printed mimeo snipes affixed to the verso, along with an agency stamp. From the archive of the PIX Agency, a photo house that acted as an intermediary between emigre photographers (as well as those still living in Europe) and the American magazine and newspaper market between 1935-1969.
Miller's play premiered on Broadway at the ANTA Washington Square Theatre on January 23, 1964 and ran for a successful 208 performances, although not without facing a fair amount of criticism for its thinly veiled, cynical portrayal of Marilyn Monroe, from whom Miller had recently been divorced. The play toured Europe in 1965, and was staged at the Teatro Eliseo in Rome in December 1965, under Zeffirelli's direction.
Set in WHERE, shot on location in WHERE.
8 x 10 inches. CONDITION.