Arthur Miller's deeply moving drama reunites two long-estranged middle-aged brothers. Nostalgia and recrimination erupt as they sell off an attic of furniture, their last link to a family and a world that no longer exist. This 1968 classic is a wrenching saga of plaintive gestures and missed opportunities. A BBC co-production.
(P)1995 L.A. Theatre Works
Good performances from all, especially Timonthy West, keep the listener with this rather mediocre Miller play. Not one of LA Theaterworks best efforts, but still quite enjoyable.
This a stellar production, great for audio. The performances are top notch all around. If you like Miller, you'll enjoy this tremendously (although it's not one of his best plays.)
An outstanding performance of a gripping play. Vivid portrayal of the characters enmeshed in the kind of family drama that is all too common. A master playwright, Miller uncovers emotional causes that fractures families and blights lives - but always with compassion. These threads are shown clearly in this superb LA Theatre production, with the surprise casting of Timothy West in an otherwise all-American cast.
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