Arthur Miller’s Timeless ‘View From the Bridge’ in Los Angeles

Arthur Miller’s Timeless ‘View From the Bridge’ in Los Angeles

When Arthur Miller wrote “A View from the Bridge” in 1956, the country was in the throws of McCarthyism and the inherent Cold War fear mongering. In today’s atmosphere of xenophobia, the timelessness of Miller’s script is apparent and brought to life in the dramatic staging of “A View From the Bridge” that opened Wednesday night at […]

The Price in Los Angeles Looks at Family Debts

The Price in Los Angeles Looks at Family Debts

An intense and at times funny look at family debts and the cost of life’s choices, a revival of Arthur Miller’s play The Price opened Saturday night at the Mark Taper Theater in Los Angeles. The four-character play, first presented in 1968, is uneven, but engrossing. Initially, “the price” seemed to refer to the estimated […]