Simmering with jealousy and obsession, Arthur Miller’s searing family drama cuts deeply in this gripping, award-winning independent production from the Old Fitz Theatre.

★★★★★ Daily Telegraph | ★★★★½ Sydney Morning Herald | ★★★★ Time Out | ★★★★ ArtsHub

Overview

Eddie Carbone is devoted to his wife Beatrice and his niece Catherine. When Beatrice’s cousins Marco and Rodolpho enter the US illegally, desperate to find work having fled the poverty of Sicily, the pair is welcomed into the Carbone home. But as Rodolpho and Catherine fall in love, Eddie’s adoration of his niece is no longer touching, but terrifying.

Simmering with jealousy and obsession, Italian-American immigrant life of 1950s Brooklyn colours Miller’s searing drama of tragic proportions. The universal story of family, immigration and justice cuts deeply in this gripping, award-winning independent production from the Old Fitz Theatre. Don’t miss it.

Winner of Best Independent Production, Best Male Actor, Best Supporting Female Actor & Best Newcomer, 2017 Sydney Theatre Awards.

★★★★★ Daily Telegraph | ★★★★½ The Sydney Morning Herald | ★★★★ Time Out | ★★★★ ArtsHub

“Grittily passionate… incredibly intense….a long, slow-burning fuse is lit and we watch the explosive result with fascinated horror.” The Australian

Originally produced by Red Line Productions at the Old Fitz Theatre in 2017.

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Reviews

"Excellent performances across the board in a production that keeps you on the edge of your seat. With its themes around immigration and acceptance, A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE resonates powerfully. Unmissable." ★★★★★ Daily Telegraph

"Stripped to its bare bones, this close-up and thrillingly lucid staging of Arthur Miller's tragedy makes your heart race. I haven't experienced a more gripping night in a theatre this year." ★★★★½ The Sydney Morning Herald

"Grittily passionate... incredibly intense....a long, slow-burning fuse is lit and we watch the explosive result with fascinated horror." The Australian

"Iain Sinclair’s production is a tightly-packed, short-fused take on Arthur Miller’s powder keg of justice, labour, immigration and betrayal." ★★★★ Time Out

"Featuring a round of performances that never let up their quality, A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE is a treat; a must for any Arthur Miller fan." ★★★★ ArtsHub

"Electrifying, mesmeric, tough, tender, intelligent, terrifying, heart wrenching... don't miss it." Stage Noise

"An incontrovertibly powerful show, magnificently operatic with its exhibition of emotions, forged through meticulous and nuanced deliberation." Suzy Goes See

"Gripping and compelling, a definite edge of your seat experience." Broadway World

"A compelling and sensitive ensemble work, this A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE is a must see." Stage Whispers

Cast & Creatives
Arthur Miller

Arthur Miller

Playwright

Iain Sinclair

Iain Sinclair

Director

Giles Gartrell-Mills

Giles Gartrell-Mills

Cast

Anthony Gooley

Anthony Gooley

Cast

David Lynch

David Lynch

Cast

David Soncin

David Soncin

Cast

Zoe Terakes

Zoe Terakes

Cast

Janine Watson

Janine Watson

Cast

Johnathan Hindmarsh

Johnathan Hindmarsh

Set Designer

Martelle Hunt

Martelle Hunt

Costume Designer

Matt Cox

Matt Cox

Lighting Designer

Clemence Williams

Clemence Williams

Sound Designer

Director's Note

“Betrayal is implicit in the tragic idea: Hamlet, Macbeth, King Lear and Eddie Carbone. It moves into your body like a stranger.” – Arthur Miller

This astonishingly lucid tragedy of ancient Greek proportions is purpose built by Arthur Miller to purify the audience in the time honoured way, by catharsis. The old gods have laws that extend far beyond those set down by mortal men. When fate chooses you, you had better get a lawyer, you better get a real good one. This is Arthur Miller at the top of his game.

Iain Sinclair – Director