(October 29 is SOLD OUT!)
The emotional dynamics flip from hilarity to heart break in an instant in Arthur Miller's The Price, as two long-estranged brothers meet after many years to dispose of their late father’s belongings. This brilliant and powerful play marked the author’s triumphant return to Broadway when it originally premiered. Arthur Miller's works are hugely popular again, with several of his plays recently seen on Broadway, and The Price scheduled to reopen this spring with an all-start cast! See it first at The Studio, from October 14 - 30.
Here's what Miller himself had to say about the Price in his autobiography:
Directed by guest artist William Partlan from A.S.U., our production features Studio Members Alan Austin, Judy Lebeau, Steven Mastroieni and Walt Pedano. Here's what THEY have to say about this compelling work:
"Miller creates complex yet universally relatable human dilemmas . . . to collaborate with Mr. Miller is a rare and rewarding thing." -- Steven Mastroieni
"I find it incredibly modern. The play mixes the comic and the tragic and comes to a fascinating conclusion, or maybe it doesn't." -- Alan Austin
"Miller has vividly created a study in relationships that is timeless. No villains and no heroes......just people." -- Walt Pedano
"I believe audiences will be touched and intrigued and perhaps even spend some time reminiscing about their own life choices and the Price of each." -- Judy Lebeau
" . . . it is a distinct pleasure to stage this wonderfully moving, beautifully crafted play by one of the world's master playwrights. The opportunity to work with a talented and experienced cast in exploring these rich and complex characters is a joy." -- William Parlan, Director
The Price runs from October 14-30, 2016. Show times are Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday afternoons at 2:00 p.m. NOTE: The Saturday, October 29, performance is SOLD OUT, so there are no tickets available for that date.
Tickets are $25 for General Admission; $20 for Groups of 10 or More, Seniors 65 and over and Members of the Military, and $15 for Students 25 & Under. For tickets, call the box office at 602-765-0120 or visit our TICKETS page.
This production is being presented under the auspices of the Actor's Equity Association Members Project Code.