Why See A View from the Bridge?
Arthur Miller's passionate drama A View From the Bridge, like Death of a Salesman, is an award-winning play about Italian-American 1950s immigrant life that also examines the promises and failures of the American Dream. It's the story of Brooklyn longshoreman Eddie Carbone, a man who holds family and honor above all else -- and yet betrays them both. Eddie is infatuated with the orphaned niece he's raising as a daughter, but when she falls for one of her aunt's recently immigrated cousins, their lives are set on a tragic course. See this classic play at the Shelton Theater in San Francisco.
Opening night: 20 April 2017
16 years old and over
75 minutes with no intermission
Cast and Creative
Written by Arthur Miller
Directed by Will Marchetti
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