DURING David Thacker’s 10 years at The Young Vic, the theatre presented nine of Arthur Miller’s plays, seven directed by David: A View from the Bridge, The Crucible, An Enemy of the People, Some Kind of Love Story, Elegy for a Lady, The Price, All My Sons, The Man Who Had All The Luck, The Last Yankee.

David directed Death of a Salesman for the BBC and for the National Theatre, The Price for the Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis St Paul, and the British Premiere of Broken Glass.

He directed the film version of Broken Glass for the BBC and WGBH Boston, the Israeli premiere at the Cameri Theatre in Tel Aviv and the BBC radio version. His production of A View from the Bridge for Bristol Old Vic and Birmingham Repertory Theatre transferred to the West End, the fourth of his Arthur Miller productions to have West End transfers; the others being An Enemy of the People, Broken Glass and The Last Yankee.

The Last Yankee was the most successful box office production at The Young Vic and went on to enjoy the longest run of a Miller play in the West End. At the Octagon David directed All My Sons, The Price, An Enemy of The People, A View from the Bridge.