Scarlett Johansson and Liev Schreiber star in Arthur Miller's drama.
What Is A View from the Bridge Like?
This fast-paced (two hours including intermission) production of Arthur Miller’s 1956 drama soars on the strength of the leading performances. The sets and lighting are dark and cramped, echoing the characters’ anxiety, and the second act builds to the climactic crisis foreshadowed by the play’s narrator, a lawyer who tries to convince Eddie to let Catherine go. A View from the Bridge enjoys frequent revivals for a simple reason: It’s a satisfying story that has stood the test of time.
Is A View from the Bridge Good for Kids?
The play’s central theme of sexual jealousy, plus several violent scenes, make A View from the Bridge inappropriate for kids. Older teens may enjoy seeing this Miller classic brought to life.