Final Performance: February 21 2016
Scott Rudin, Lincoln Center Theater, Eli Bush, Robert G. Bartner, Roger Berlind, William Berlind, Roy Furman, Peter May, Amanda Lipitz, Stephanie P. McClelland, Jay Alix & Una Jackman, Scott M. Delman, Sonia Friedman, John Gore, Ruth Hendel, JFL Theatricals, Heni Koenigsberg, Jon B. Platt, Daryl Roth, Spring Sirkin, Joey Parnes, Sue Wagner, John Johnson, The Young Vic
ABOUT THE SHOW
Eddie Carbone, a Brooklyn longshoreman is obsessed with his 17-year-old niece Catherine. When Catherine falls in love with a newly arrived immigrant, Eddie's jealousy erupts in a rage that consumes him, his family, and his world.
- This season marks the centenary of playwright Arthur Miller’s birth, and he is represented on Broadway both by A View from the Bridge and The Crucible. Both productions are directed by Ivo Van Hove.
- Miller’s drama has been transformed into two different operas, one by Renzo Rossellini (Uno sguardo dal ponte) and the other by William Bolcom.
Miller’s play was first staged in 1955 as a one-act verse drama on the same bill as his A Memory of Two Mondays at Broadway’s Coronet (now Eugene O’Neill) Theatre. The playwright later revised the play to contain two acts. That version was staged on Broadway in 1983, 1988, and 2010. The Young Vic production of A View from the Bridge premiered in April 2014 and subsequently transferred to London’s West End. It won the 2015 Olivier Awards for Best Revival, Best Actor (Mark Strong) and Best Director (Ivo Van Hove).