Date(s) - 31 Jan 2018
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Glen Street Theatre, Belrose
Two GoTheatrical! open captioned performances of ‘A View From The Bridge’ on Wednesday, 31 January 2018 at 11am and again at 8pm.
Booking details: https://glenstreet.com.au/whats-on/view-bridge
Please ensure you notify Box Office at the time of booking your tickets that you require seats with a good view of the captioning screen.
About the Production:
Direct from a sell-out season at The Old Fitz Theatre with rave reviews
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 illegally, desperate to find work. As Rudolpho and Catherine fall in love, Eddie’s devotion to his niece is no longer touching, but terrifying.
“Without your being entirely aware of it, you have been ushered to exactly where Miller wants you to be: the realm of classical tragedy… you realize that these characters not only belong in this world at this moment, but that on some level they always have.”
-New York Times
“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.”
-Jo Litson, Daily Telegraph
“Stripped to its bare bones, this close-up and thrilling lucid staging of Arthur Miller’s tragedy makes your heart race. I haven’t experienced a more gripping night in a theatre this year.”
-Jason Blake, Sydney Morning Herald
“Featuring a round of performances that never let up their quality, A View From The Bridge is a treat.”
-Glen Falkenstein, Artshub
“Gripping and compelling, a definite edge of your seat experience.”
-Jade Kops, Broadway World
“A compelling and sensitive ensemble work, this View from the Bridge is a must see.”
– Martin Portus, Stage Whispers
“Sinclair’s production is excellent all round. All the performances are strong and well sculpted.”
– David Kary, Sydney Arts Guide