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New Yorkers aren't known for their charm, but Brooklyn-born Michael Brandon, who stars in A View From the Bridge, is an absolute darling. 'Tours,' he says, 'are a love of the craft, a special time.'
A View From The Bridge has been cited as Miller’s most powerful and emotional play and the production by The Touring Consortium brings actors with a television pedigree to the Darlington stage.
This play pulls no punches. One of the things that really excited me about it was the intoxicating tension that was built up by all the actors and the dramatic blackouts.
In Miller's classic tale, Jonathan Guy Lewis pours his heart and soul into his role as Eddie and delivers a fine performance full of emotion, anger and despair.
A powerful and engrossing presentation of a play which, given today's climate around immigration, seems as relevant as ever...Brandon's Alfieri has great strength, calm a high-octane environment.
The play had me engrossed from its abrupt start to its dramatic conclusion.
The famous scene where Marco picks up the chair with one leg was particularly well done, as were the fight scenes.
As the complex protagonist, Eddie Carbone, Jonathan Guy Lewis is excellent. He captures Eddie’s sexual insecurity, his inferiority feelings, and progressive jealousy with deftness and sensitivity.