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A View From The Bridge
 

Italian-American immigrant life colours this searing drama of love and revenge set in 1950's Brooklyn. Eddie Carbone is devoted to his wife Beatrice and his niece Catherine. Then Beatrice's cousins Marco and Rudolpho, having fled the poverty of Sicily, enter the US illegality desperate to find work. As Rudolpho and Catherine fall in love, Eddie's devotion to his niece is no longer touching, but terrifying. 

Red Line Productions will present the play for the first time in twelve years in Sydney, in a production directed by award winning director Iain Sinclair (Of Mice & Men, All My Sons, Our Town.) In this Sinclair directed production, the legendary small stage of the Fitz will be reduced even further, with a custom built traverse seating bank to surround the action of Miller’s text.

The ensemble will be led by Ivan Donato as Eddie Carbone and rising star Zoe Terakes (Janet King) as Katherine. With Lincoln Younes (Love Child, Home & Away, Tangle,) as Rudolpho, Janine Watson (Delores, Antigone) as Beatrice, Davin Soncin (The Judas Kiss) as Marco, David Lynch (Neville’s Island) as Alfieri and Giles Gartrell-Mills (Julias Caesar) as several Longshoremen. 

DATES & TIMES
Tuesday - Saturday 8:15
Sunday 6:30

TICKETS
General: $50
Concession: $42
Tuesdays: $35

Website: https://www.redlineproductions.com.au/a-view-from-the-bridge/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Oldfitztheatre/

 

Venue:
Dates: Wednesday 15 November 2017 – Wednesday 15 November 2017
Bookings:

 

 

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