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Ken Stott and Hayley Atwell
Duke of York's Theatre
St Martins Lane WC2N 4BG
A View From The Bridge
by Arthur Miller

Duke of York's Theatre 3D location mapMap ©Silvermaze Ltd 2008
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Show Details
Preview 22nd Jan 09
Opens 5th Feb 09
Closes 16th May 09
Show Times
Monday - Saturday 7.30 pm
Matinée Weds & Sat 2.30 pm

Local Info
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Beotys (Greek & Trad English)
79 St Martin's Lane
020 7836 8768
Spaghetti House (Italian)
30 St Martin's Lane
020 7836 8168
Browns (British)
82 St Martin's Lane
020 7845 7100

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This acclaimed new production,of Arthur Miller's play, with a very starry cast, is directed by Olivier Award-winning Lindsay Posner.
This is a fine play. It's a classic, it's a social piece, acted by many a group. Children go to see it -  it is on the GSCE.

Nonetheless it is written to move and it does – that includes the actors whose performances have been enthsiastically acclaimed.

It is historically interesting as well, it is about an individual caught up in what he comes to see is very much a Brooklyn community that matter to him more in the end than his own jealousy.

Eddie Carbone has made a good life for himself as a dockworker and his wife and niece in 1950's Brooklyn. Eddie's family were immigrants so he is happy to house and protect his wife's Italian cousins who smuggle themselves in illegally. They make a great impact on Eddie's life with emotional entanglements with his adored niece. Jealousy and fear of the loss of his family reputation combine to turn Eddie to betray his wife's cousins.... being one of their own. The betrayal of these Sicilians impacts his life and he suffers for it.

It seems that loyalty to the last by his wife and a general sympathy for his passion despite very bad behaviour. Christine is played by a radiant Hayley Atwell who has such a straight and yet innocent look that raises the energy.  Very softly beguiling and captivating.  So pure.  [can hardly blame him really - a face like that - could happen to a bishop - Ed]

The cast
Ken Stott - Eddie Carbone 
Hayley Atwell - Catherine Carbone
Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio - Beatrice Carbone

Additinal characters include; Rodolpho, Marco, Alfieri, Louis & Mike, Mr & Mrs Lipari

Author - Arthur Miller
Director - Lindsay Posner
Design - Christopher Oram
Lighting - Peter Mumford
© 2009 Updated 11th Apr 2009