Arthur Miller’s Tony Award-winning play about a Brooklyn dock worker Eddie (played by Marc Horowitz) who falls in love with his orphaned niece, Catherine, resulting in a classic tale of Italian family betrayal. directed by Marlyn Robinson.
Everyone loves a good love story. Arthur Miller’s A View From the Bridge, however, isn’t quite Romeo and Juliet. The Tony Award-winning play is about a Brooklyn dock worker, Eddie, who falls in love with his orphaned niece, Catherine, resulting in a classic tale of Italian family betrayal. Marlyn Robinson, co-founder of the Performance Workshop Theatre and no stranger to the Baltimore theater scene, directs this, the theater’s season opener, while Marc Horwitz, the other co-founder and City Paper’s own 2009 Best of Baltimore pick for “Best Actor,” plays the niece-loving protagonist himself. On top of all that, Performance Workshop Theatre is participating in Free Fall Baltimore, meaning if you play your cards right you could see this show for free. (Dennis Mizzoni)
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