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I'll be glad to offer you some help. You're asking for scholarly reviews, so I'll assume that you don't want reviews from newspapers (and there are many, many such reviews) or web sites that offer general information.
The best place to start your search is right here at enotes. While there is no review of the play as such, the summary article includes an extensive "For Further Study" section of works that you might want to check. Other than that, I was able to find only one scholarly review of the play in the online Journal of American Studies. The review was written by Ralph Willett and is copyrighted 1971. I've given you the link to that site, but unfortunately it is a subscription service, and you will need to pay in order to read the full article.
I hope this helps you.
Thank you for the data. Sadly, the plan ran in April. I was also the dramaturge for the play. I spent a great deal of time in the critical analysis of Miller and his works. I did find the Willett text. Bigsby is the formost scholar, errr... was.
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