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A View From the Bridge

Arthur Miller's story of a man tragically unaware of how far his protective feelings toward the niece have strayed into the realms of taboo.

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A View From the Bridge

Date: 19 Jan 2018

One of the most glowingly reviewed independent shows of 2017 is revived.

Anthony Gooley takes on the role of Eddie Carbone. The rest of the cast as is seen in director Iain Sinclair’s Old Fitzroy production.

For a round-up of the critical opinion of the production, click here.

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Archived Old Fitzroy Theatre, Woolloomooloo 9 Jan - 3 Feb 2018

There Will Be A Climax

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