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A View From The Bridge

November 18 @ 8:15 pm

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An event every week that begins at 8:15pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until November 18, 2017

An event every week that begins at 8:15pm on Sunday, repeating until November 18, 2017

A View From The Bridge

Arthur Miller

!Book Tickets

18 Oct – 18 Nov 2017

Tue – Sat 8:15pm
Sun 6:30pm


Venue: Old Fitz Theatre: Downstairs
Theatre Company: Red Line Productions

Duration: 130 Minutes (including Interval)

In a 2016 interview with The Guardian, Rose Byrne who was in rehearsal for Speed The Plow at Sydney Theatre Company, explained in extensive detail the play that ‘took her breath away’. It was a production of Arthur Miller’s A View From The Bridge at Company B.

First produced as a one act play in 1955 at the then named Coronet Theatre (now the Eugene O’Neil Theatre) before premiering as a 2 act play under the direction of Peter Brook in London’s West End, A View From The Bridge has electrified audiences around the world and most recently was tackled by Ivo Van Hove in a Tony Award winning revival starring Mark Strong.

Red Line Productions will present the play for the first time in twelve years in Sydney, in a production directed by award winning director Iain Sinclair (Of Mice & Men, All My Sons, Our Town.)

“As the inevitable end encroaches, like a stampede in slow motion, the play tightens its grip. You feel your pupils dilate. Your skin starts to bristle. Your spine starts to shift.” – Variety

In this Sinclair directed production, the legendary small stage of the Fitz will be reduced even further, with a custom built traverse seating bank to surround the action of Miller’s text.

The ensemble will be led by Ivan Donato as Eddie Carbone and rising star Zoe Terakes (Janet King) as Catherine.

With Lincoln Younes (Love Child, Home & Away, Tangle,) as Rudolpho, Janine Watson (Delores, Antigone) as Beatrice, Davin Soncin (The Judas Kiss) as Marco, David Lynch (Neville’s Island) as Alfieri and Giles Gartrell-Mills (Julias Caesar) as several Longshoremen.

Ticket Prices
$28 – $50


November 18
8:15 pm
Event Category:


The Old Fitzroy Theatre
129 Dowling Street (cnr Catherdral St)
Woolloomooloo, NSW 2011 Australia
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Price Range
$35 - $50
Venue Seating
100 - 250

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