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A View From the Bridge archiveClassic tale of love, ambition and revenge. Set amid Brooklyn's Italian-American community. Eddie and Beatrice have raised niece Catherine as their only precious daughter. She is almost 16 when two cousins arrive illegally from Sicily, seeking work and shelter and jeopardising all their dreams. This powerful modern classic will have you gripped as the hero Eddie grapples with his feelings towards the two women in his life, surviving in the shadow of the famous bridge in 1950s New York.
Performers Tristan Brooke, Colin Connor, Natasha Davidson, Barbara Drennan, Patrick Poletti, James Quinn, David Nabil Stuart, Russell Richardson, Eamonn Riley.
Author Arthur Miller. Presented by Octagon Theatre Bolton. Director David Thacker. Design Ciaran Bagnall. Lighting Ciaran Bagnall. Costume Mary Horan. Director Lesley Hutchison (movement). Sound Andy Smith. Director Terry King (fight). Director Joe Mellor (assistant). Stage Manager Fiona Mulvihill (deputy).

A View From the Bridge

A View From the Bridge (Play) production archive for QTIX code T0613799193. Details of all A View From the Bridge archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S2444

Archive Listings

15 Jan 15
14 Feb 15
Octagon Theatre
Greater Manchester

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