Friday, March 30, 2012

another good one

last night we went to the Raven Theater to see Arthur Miller's "The Price" - a family drama set in the 60s.

The play had four actors/characters- two brothers - one wife and a junk dealer who comes to give a price for the remains of the family household when the building they once owned is scheduled for demolition.

during the course of the evening when the dealer comes to give his price the play explores the price each brother had to pay to keep his own illusion of righteousness about how he handled the family issues/problems/situations.

the excellent cast did a wonderful job creating the family dynamic and the staging was perfect for the intimate space of this grocery store turned theater venue.

so this one too is - recommended.

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