“A View from the Bridge” may be seen in Brooklyn

Sep 11, 2019 107

BY: John Alexander

A play by iconic American playwright Arthur Miller is returning to Brooklyn. “A View from the Bridge,” a 1950s-era-set one-act play which revolves around an Italian-American family that lives near the bridge, premiered at New York’s Coronet Theatre (now the Eugene O’Neill Theatre) in Sept. 1955.

Now it returns to Red Hook, the original setting of the play, in the Brave New World Repertory Theatre production which will have its run at the Waterfront Museum Barge from Sept. 12 to 29. Brave New World Repertory Theatre, a Brooklyn-based theatre company, first won acclaim with its rendition of “To Kill a Mockingbird” staged on the front porches of homes in Victorian Flatbush in 2005. 

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SOURCE: https://brooklynreporter.com/

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