A View From the Bridge Broadway Show
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Film star Scarlet Johansson (Lost in Translation, The Nanny Diaries, Vicky Cristina Barcelona) makes her Broadway debut in a new revival of Arthur Miller's classic tragedy A View From the Bridge. In the production, she will play the niece of a Brooklyn dockworker, a part that is going to be played by Liev Schreiber. Tony Award winner Schreiber, recently seen on the big screen in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, has a long list of theater credits, including Broadway productions of Glengarry Glen Ross, Talk Radio, and Betrayal.
Originally produced on Broadway in 1955, A View From the Bridge had its most recent Broadway revival in an acclaimed 1997 Roundabout Theatre Company production starring Anthony LaPaglia, Allison Janney, and Brittany Murphy. This newest revival is directed by Gregory Mosher and will play at the Cort Theatre.
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As he did with his classic drama Death of a Salesman, playwright Arthur Miller shows us that an ordinary man's life can be the stuff of great tragedy in A View From the Bridge. The drama is about Eddie, a working class Brooklyn man who has built a nice life for himself and his family. He is a hard-working man of integrity whose loyalty to family compels him to take in both some immigrant cousins and his niece. However, it is that act of generosity that eventually leads to Eddie's undoing.
Gregory Mosher (Direction)
John Lee Beatty (Scenic Design)
Jane Greenwood (Costume Design)
Peter Kaczorowski (Lighting Design)
Scott Lehrer (Sound Design)
Arthur Miller (Playwright)
Summary In this tragic drama by Arthur Miller, a hard-working Brooklyn man finds that his developing obsession with his wife's niece leads to his downfall.
Our Recommendation Liev Schreiber and Scarlett Johansson (in her Broadway debut) star as Eddie Carbone and the orphaned niece that Eddie and his wife have raised in this excellent revival, and both give award-worthy performances. They are supported by an equally fine cast, including Jessica Hecht as Eddie's wife, Morgan Spector and Corey Stoll as the illegal immigrant relatives whose arrival at the Carbone household sets the tragedy in motion, and Michael Cristofer as the neighborhood lawyer who narrates the tale. They just don't make plays like this anymore, and Miller's writing is so good that he invests these working class characters' 1950s Brooklyn-based story with all the poetry and drama of a great Greek tragedy.