A View from the Bridge (audio described)


Date 09 Jan 2021

Time 13:30 PM


Address Roslyn Packer Theatre, 22 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay , NSW

Phone 02 9250 1777



Blue collar 1950s American couple, standing in front of their red brick home in Brooklyn

Audio Described Saturday 9 January 2021 at 1.30pm

Roslyn Packer Theatre

22 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay

Box Office: 9250 1777

Companion Cards accepted – please mention Audio Description when booking

Playwright: Arthur Miller

Director: Kip Williams

Cast Includes: Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale

Duration: 1 hour 55 minutes - no interval

Content warnings: Violence and sexual references

Betrayal and desire on the waterfront

Rose Byrne returns to STC in A View from the Bridge, a play that, by her own account, is one that changed her life and sparked a lifelong love affair with theatre. Appearing alongside her is Emmy Award-winner Bobby Cannavale, her real-life partner and one of the US’s most respected screen and stage actors.

Rose plays Beatrice who, together with her husband Eddie, has forged a family with her orphaned niece Catherine on the tough streets of the Brooklyn waterfront. When Beatrice’s cousins, Marco and Rodolpho, arrive from Sicily, desperate for a better life, she takes them in without hesitation. But as Catherine falls for Rodolpho, jealousy and desire boil over in an uncontrollable and devastating sequence of events.

After 2016’s lauded production of All My Sons, Kip Williams returns to Arthur Miller with an arresting new production.

Exploding the tensions between honour, duty and desire, this enduring 1956 classic by one of the twentieth century’s great dramatists strikes at the heart of the American dream.