“A View From the Bridge” at Chatham Players

“A View From the Bridge”
by Arthur Miller

Miller writes a riveting play about fate, lust, and betrayal. Set in a Sicilian neighborhood in Brooklyn, the story tells of longshoreman Eddie Carbone's struggle with unrepressed psychological needs that lead him to betray his own family. An intensely absorbing play, considered one of Miller's best. A modern classic you won't forget!

Performed by Chatham Players
At Chatham Playhouse
Performances ran
Friday, November 3, 2006 thru Saturday, November 18, 2006
Alfieri.... Al Sperduto
Beatice.... Julianne Dipietro-renshaw
Catherine.... Dana Vigliotti
Eddie.... Pete DiMarco
Marco.... Neil Fasolino
Rodolpho.... Billy McArthur
Ensemble.... Jessica Cornish
Ensemble.... David Gazzo
Ensemble.... Jean Habrukowich
Ensemble.... Tony La Russo
Ensemble.... David C. Neal
Ensemble.... Ray Petro
Ensemble.... Hilde Steinberg Has Bio
Directed by Rob Pherson Has Bio
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