9 to 17 November 2012

in the Studio Theatre

Price

The Price

by Arthur Miller

directed by Rod Lewis

In the attic of a Manhattan brownstone in the sixties, Victor and Walter, long-estranged brothers, come together after the death of their father to pick over a lifetime of furniture. As they haggle with their potential buyer, the charismatic Solomon, old hostilities resurface. When Esther, Victor's wife, joins the fray it becomes a four-way fight exposing the truth about their past and the real price they've all had to pay. Hard, compassionate, Miller considered 'The Price' one of his best plays. If you liked 'A View From the Bridge' and 'All My Sons', you’re going to like this!

"A taut, intricate, beautifully crafted piece of writing." The Guardian.