Past Production Season Complete
A viEW FROM
Presented by Acting True
Directed By Lisa Gormley
A fast paced expertly written play, full of wit and nuance which explores humanity in the shaken snow dome of a skeletal workers flat in Redhook, Brooklyn, USA.
Arthur Miller's tale takes us to the heart of love and desire, immigration and belonging, the rise of the feminine and the definition of masculinity.
Director - Lisa Gormley
Producer – Lisa Gormley (Acting True)
Composer – Gareth Dawson
Technical Production - GK Productios
Crew - Louise Stubbs
Videographer – Joshua Lamont
FOH - Carl Burden
Eddie Carbone – Jason Morrison
Beatrice – Kylie Marie Jenner
Catherine – Ellie Freeman
Rodolpho – Matt Newell
Marco – Brent Basstian
Alfieri – Jon Lenthall
Multiple Support – Bevan Geoffrey
NOW CLOSED October 2021OOC
NOW CLOSED/ JULY 8th - 16th 2022
2021 Huonvill and Cygnet
2022 Kickstart Arts Centre, Hidden Theatre, Newtown, Hobart
1hr 50mins (No Interval)
This show is Recommended for 12 years+
Contains Mild Adult Themes, Staged Fighting.
General Admission $55
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