Which of the Following Is Not a Play by Arthur Miller?

Arthur Miller is most famously known for his 1949 work "Death of a Salesman." However, Miller wrote several dozen plays during his lifetime, written between 1944 and 2004.

According to Arthur Miller's website, his plays include "The Golden Years," "The Man Who Had All the Luck," "All My Sons," "An Enemy of the People," "The Crucible," "A View from the Bridge," "After the Fall," "A Memory of Two Mondays," "Incident at Vichy," "The Price," "The Creation of the World and Other Business," "The Archbishop's Ceiling," "The American Clock," "Playing for Time," "The Ride Down Mt. Morgan," "Broken Glass," "Mr. Peters' Connections," "Resurrection Blues" and "Finishing the Picture." His works also include several one-act plays and screenplays.