A View from the Bridge

Arthur Miller's classic set in 1950s America, in an Italian American neighborhood near the Brooklyn Bridge in New York. The tragic protagonist, Eddie, has an improper love of, and almost obsession with, Catherine.

Miller said that he heard the basic account that developed into the plot of 'A View from the Bridge' from a longshoreman, who related it to him as a true story.

Our November 2010 production was directed by Colin Peter.

Louis -- Rick Kay
Mike -- Steve Bennett
Alfieri -- John McColl
Eddie - Dougie Arbuckle
Catherine -- Samantha Orr
Beatrice -- Jane Black
Marco -- Marcus Culloty
Tony -- Ali May
Rodolpho -- James Lewis
Immigration Officers -- Clem Allan, John Macaskill
Mr Lipari -- Don Arnott
Mrs Lipari -- Phyllis Ross
Submarines -- Bart Curnow, Alan Richardson, Bob Allan

Set design -- Derek Blackwood
Construction Crew -- Clem Allan, Don Arnott, Alex Purves
Stage Manager - Marion Donohoe
Lighting -- Stephen Hajducki
Sound -- Alison Buckley
Wardrobe -- Effie Robertson, Allison Naismith, Maggie King
Properties -- Jennie Davidson, Emma Hindle
Continuity -- Alison Kennedy
Voice coach -- Lynn Bains
Singing Coach -- Gavin Pagan

For the Company:
Business and publicity -- Don Arnott
Patrons' Secretary -- Jenny Calcott
Photography -- Marion Donohoe
Graphics -- Steven Hajducki
Front of House Co-ordinator -- Alex Purves
Box Office -- Fiona Kennedy, Maggie King

A View from the Bridge

by Arthur Miller

17-20 November 2010

Church Hill Theatre