A View from the Bridge

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The Lyceum Theatre was built by producer Daniel Frohman in 1903. It was purchased in 1940 by a group of producers and later changed hands to the Shuberts where it has remained ever since. The building has been declared a landmark and still uses Frohman's former apartment above the theater as the Shubert Archive.

The Lyceum is Broadway's oldest continually operating legitimate theater.


149 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10036
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About A View from the Bridge on Broadway


Lyceum Theatre
149 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10036
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Ages 14+


Oct. 21, 2015


Nov. 12, 2015


Feb. 21, 2016

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Story for A View from the Bridge

In London this past season, there was one show that everyone was talking about. The Young Vic’s A View from the Bridge opened to ecstatic reviews, instantly sold out its initial engagement, and then transferred to London’s West End for another sold-out run. Now, this acclaimed new take on Arthur Miller’s passionate Brooklyn waterfront drama comes to Broadway’s historic Lyceum Theatre. Winner of the 2015 Olivier Awards for Best Revival of a Play, Best Actor - Mark Strong (The Imitation Game; Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy ) and Best Director, A View from the Bridge was named “Top Theater Pick of the Year” by the Evening Standard, The Guardian and The Independent. The New York Times called it “one of the great theatrical productions of the decade.” And Time Out wrote, “To say visionary director Ivo Van Hove’s production is the best show in London is like saying Stonehenge is the current best rock arrangement in Wiltshire.”

In A View From the Bridge, described as one of Miller's most passionate dramas, Eddie Carbone is a Brooklyn longshoreman obsessed with his 17-year-old niece Catherine. When Catherine falls in love with a newly arrived immigrant, Eddie's jealousy erupts in a rage that consumes him, his family, and his world. The play debuted on Broadway in 1955 and was most recently seen on the Great White Way in 2010, starring Scarlett Johansson and Liev Schreiber.