By Arthur Miller
Presented with permission of Samuel French, Inc.
The Price is the story of estranged brothers, Victor and Walter Franz, brought together at the death of their father, to sell his furniture and other effects. Victor is a policeman of limited means; Walter is a successful business owner. Over the years they have grown apart. Walter's success makes Victor feel inadequate. Walter has trouble understanding why Victor refuses to accept his help. The men try to find some understanding, but it is nearly impossible for them to communicate. Called “…one of the most engrossing and entertaining plays that Miller has ever written.” by The New York Times, The Price is an intimate portrait of family, legacy and the ties that forever hold us together.
Scott Grande as Victor Franz
Andrea Frassoni as Esther Franz
Steve Arcidiacono as Gregory Solomon
Joe Tranchitella as Walter Franz
Director: John Henken
Producer: Dee Henken
Stage Manager: Denise Kolodziej
Set Design: Steve DiNenno
Set Decoration: Steve and Marianne DiNenno
Properties: Maureen Scallatino
Costumes: Eileen Ciccarone
Master Carpenter: Tim Bean
Light Design: Tim Bean and Steve DiNenno
Light Operator: Dean Soltes
Sound Design & Operation: Steve DiNenno
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