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A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE

by Arthur Miller

Long Wharf Theatre

Cast:  Patricia Black · Mike Boland · Todd Cerveris · Dominic Fumusa · Paten Hughes · Mark Junek · Antonio Magro · Annie Parisse

Scenic Designer You-Shin Chen

Costume Designer Risa Ando

Lighting Designer Kate McGee

Sound Designer Jane Shaw

Composer: Chris Felix

Intimacy/Fights Sean Griffin and Unkle Dave

Production Stage Manager Jenny Kennedy

Commercial Producers: Douglas Denoff and Myah Shein

AWARDS

9 Nominations From The Connecticut Critics Circle Award Nominations, the most of any play this season in CT

Outstanding play: “A View from the Bridge”
Actor in a play: Dominic Fumusa, “A View from the Bridge”
Actress in a play: Annie Parisse, “A View from the Bridge”
Director of a play: James Dean Palmer, “A View from the Bridge”
Featured actor in a play: Antonio Magro, “A View from the Bridge”
Featured actress in a play: Paten Hughes, “A View from the Bridge” 
Set design: You-Shin Chen, “A View from the Bridge”
Lighting design: Kate McGee “A View from the Bridge”
Sound design: Jane Shaw, “A View from the Bridge”

REVIEWS

Not to be missed.  James Dean Palmer’s first-rate direction makes this story as powerful now as it was in 1955.  Every character shines. Miller would have found complete satisfaction in this production. 

Sherry Shameer Cohen, Broadway World

A strong, thought-through, artfully enveloping production. Dominic Fumusa takes a young Marlon Brando approach: tightly wound, clearly seething and simmering even when he’s not speaking.

Christopher Arnott, Hartford Courtan

This could be the most arresting production of this problematic work I’ve seen in a lifetime.  Unexpected, unconventional choices from the cast inhabit a unified heightened-reality that seems terribly right for the text.  These roles have never come across so forcefully.

Bob Verini, New York Stage Review

All the acting, under the assured direction of James Dean Palmer, is splendid at Long Wharf with leading man Fumusa’s dominant performance seething with repressed passion and fury.

Tom Helohan, Connecticut Critics Circle

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