Broken Glass archivePowerful drama about a New York Jewish family during the Nazi rise in Germany. Part psychological puzzle and part romance, Broken Glass stands alongside All My Sons and Death of a Salesman as one of Arthur Miller's most powerful works. Brooklyn, 1938. Sylvia Gellburg is alarmed by the rise of Hitler in Europe, but how does this explain her sudden and mystifying paralysis? No one can help her - least of all her work-obsessed husband. When Dr Hyman takes on her case he finds himself playing a dangerous game where his interests are more than just professional.


Christine Absalom (Harriet), David Fielder (Phillip Gellburg), Jane Lancaster (Margaret Human), Deborah Norton (Sylvia Gellburg), Christopher Ravenscroft (Dr Harry Hyman), Tony Turner (Stanton Case)


Author: Arthur Miller
Director: Gwenda Hughes
Design: Matthew Wright
Lighting: Jason Taylor
Sound: James Earls-Davis
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Broken Glass

Broken Glass (Play) production archive for QTIX code T1167906876. Details of all Broken Glass archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S2666

Archive Listings

1 Apr 99
24 Apr 99
New Vic Theatre

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