Dramsoc presents A View from the Bridge
Brooklyn, 1950's. Eddie Carbone, a respected longshoreman lives with his wife Beatrice and their orphaned niece, Catherine. Tensions arise with the arrival of Beatrice's cousins, Italian immigrants seeking work. ‘A View from the Bridge’ is a tragic and primal tale of the fall of one’s power and identity.
- It is illegal to use recording equipment during this performance.
- Contains strong language and sex references.
- Strobe Lighting is used during this performance.
|Directed by||Sam Jones|
|Produced by||Anna Davies|
|Musical Direction||Shaun Wood|
|Written By||Arthur Miller|
|Stage Manager||Harriet Fieldhouse|
|Stage Designer||Kate Goldup & Ruth Steinman|
|Chief Electrician||Fred Cascarini|
|Deputy Stage Manager||Tom Parry|
|Sound Engineer||Nick Caddy|