Went with my friend Ellie to see Arthur Miller's "A View From the Bridge" at the Cort Theatre today. It stars Scarlett Johannsson and Liev Schreiber. I had heard so so things about it and was thus not expecting much. But I have to say I was thoroughly engrossed. The play is from 1955 and touched on themes I had not expected.
And Scartlett in the Julia Roberts Comes to Broadway Role of 2010 does a really good job. You don't think "movie star" when you are watching the play.
I had never seen Liev Schreiber on stage before and he was that character. All the actors are good.
All in all I thought it was very good. And it send "Present Laughter" packing IMO.