Anthology Of Love (Part 2)

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Anthology Of Love (Part 2)[1]
In The Dark
Original Broadcast Date
Tim Jerome, Arthur Miller
Improv Actors, Singing, 28 minutes
Preceded by: Anthology Of Love (Part 1)
Followed by: Jerry's World (Part 1)

"I was on my way to an appointment a few years ago and I got caught in a terrible rush hour traffic jam."

Anthology Of Love (Part 2) is a program Joe Frank produced as part of the series In The Dark. It was originally broadcast in 1994.


Arthur Miller describes falling in love with a woman and playing a sweet bun in a performance troop dressed as food. Arguing with a communist guerrilla lover over watches, houses. Sex with a death obsessed woman in a coffin in a sanatorium. An orchestra member fantasizes about the cellist. A soldier dressed as a nun discusses atheism, avoids sex with the mother superior. Whole body ejaculation. Using technological means to become attached to another person. An Afghani legend about lovers who consume each other.


Shared material

Additional credits

The original broadcast credits state: "The performers were Tim Jerome and Arthur Miller. Music arranged and performed by Arthur Miller. The story editor was Farley Ziegler. Recorded and mixed by Jerry Summers. Special thanks to Jennifer Ferro."