Directed by Kip Williams
Betrayal and desire on the waterfront
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.
“You want somethin’ else, Eddie, and you can never have her!” Beatrice