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A View From The Bridge (1984)

A View From The Bridge
Written by Arthur Miller
Directed by Jean Franks
11 – 16 June 1984

A View from the Bridge is the story of longshoreman Eddie Carbone. When his wife’s cousins arrive as illegal immigrants from Italy, he is honoured to take them into his house. But when his niece begins to fall in love with one of them, Eddie grows increasingly suspicious, eventually precipitating his violation of the moral and cultural codes of his community and leading to the play’s tragic finale.


Louis – Kevin Fraser
Mike – Graham Peters
Alfieri – Maurice Kenward
Eddie Carbone – Roy Moir
Catherine – Joanna Lovell
Beatrice – Betty Willard
Tony – David Maun
Marco – Ian Bowell
Rodolpho – Alan James
First Immigration Officer – John Midlane
Second Immigration Officer – Ted Howard
Neighbours and Submarines – Betty Bailey, Jean Midlane, Anna Pajak, Nigel Daly, Brian Roberts, Richard Selley, Dave Watkins, Dot Hamlin.


Stage Manager – Graeme Horner
Assistant Stage Manager – Jean Midlane
Set Designer – Graham Horner
Properties – Heather Pearce, Heidi Baker
Lighting – Alan Hunt
Sound – Anita Gerrey
Costume – Elizabeth Hunt