Archives - A View from the Bridge

by Arthur Miller

Directed by Jack Wood

Friday 25th March – Saturday 2nd April 2011 in the Auditorium

Famous modern American classic of love, belonging and betrayal, widely studied in schools.

Eddie Carbone is an Italian American longshoreman living in Brooklyn with his wife Beatrice and orphaned 17-year-old niece Catherine, with whom he is obsessed. When Beatrice’s two cousins, seeking a better life, enter the country illegally, Catherine falls in love with one of them and Eddie’s jealousy erupts as rage consumes him, his family and his world.

Tickets

Tickets are on sale now for just £10.

School groups pay only £5 per seat. Teachers interested in booking seats should contact our Education Coordinators Cindy Lawford and Elliot Brown Contact education team to find out about available workshops and talks on the play.

Show Talks

Free-of-charge pre- and post-show talks:

  • Tuesday 29th at 7.30pm in the Clubroom
    Director Jack Wood defends the leftwing Miller against charges of anti-Americanism.
  • Wednesday 30th at 7.30pm in the Clubroom
    Dr. Cindy Lawford looks at the 1950s Brooklyn docks and Miller and Kazan’s falling out.
  • Thursday 31st after the performance
    Cast members stay on stage to answer audience questions.
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Part of the Barn’s 2010/2011 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club

Creative team

Director-Jack Wood
Set Design and Painting-Rosemary Bianchi
Lighting Design and Operation-John Cude
Sound Design and Operation-James Rowles
Stage Manager-Nigel Rive
Assistant Stage Manager-Wendy Bage
Set Construction-Richard Deacon
Eric Farlie
Pat Finch
Norman Merry
Wardrobe Mistress-Judith Claxton
Wardrobe Assistants-Mari-Eli Tyrrell
Margaret Wallace
Property Mistress-Sheila Grimmant
Set Dressing-Kris Moore
Rehearsal Prompter-Tina Jolly
Production Assistant-Joan Bird
Fight Arranger-Chris Janes

Weapons hired from Cutting Edge

Performances

Friday 25th March – Saturday 2nd April 2011

Friday 25th March8.00pm 
Saturday 26th March8.00pm 
Sunday 27th March2.30pmMatinée
Tuesday 29th March8.00pmShow Talk at 7.30pm: Director Jack Wood defends the leftwing Miller against charges of anti-Americanism.
Wednesday 30th March8.00pmShow Talk at 7.30pm: Dr. Cindy Lawford looks at the 1950s Brooklyn docks and Miller and Kazan’s falling out.
Thursday 31st March8.00pmShow Talk after the performance: Cast members stay on stage to answer audience questions.
Friday 1st April8.00pm 
Saturday 2nd April8.00pm 

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