Director of the play Agnes E. Kapusta Skiff said she thinks the play will be especially exciting for those who may have read the book.
"It's something that will keep folks interested and keep their interest throughout," she said.
Kapusta Skiff said she became the director of the play after Miller called her and asked if she would direct a play based on a book written by her mother.
"It's really interesting to see the whole span of time and to watch them grow up," she said.
Kapusta Skiff also said she thinks people will enjoy the play because there is a lot in it that they will be familiar with, with the story being written in the 1980s.
The play will be performed at Proctors from Nov. 7-9, on Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased by calling Proctors at 382-3884.