This compelling and moving comedy from Arthur Miller deals with issues of personal responsibility and social conscience and the price we all pay for the lives that we choose to live. Read More >
The attic of a Manhattan brownstone in 1968. Solomon, a 90-year-old antiques dealer, finds himself in the middle of an uneasy reunion between two long estranged brothers. One a successful doctor, the other a sargeant with the New York police. Both still haunted by memories of the American Depression.
Against the backdrop of this defining moment in American history, a family play out their own personal dramas as long repressed dreams, desires and resentments bubble to the surface.