Two grown brothers meet for the first time in years, gathering to divide their inheritance: a pile of junk and years of resentment. One sacrificed his own future to support their ruined father, while the other pursued a hollow success as a doctor. Arthur Miller, that titan of American family drama, delves into the lives of these men joined by blood and divided by everything they know. In the company of a wise-cracking old junk-dealer, self-delusion grows into self-knowledge. In The Price, Miller challenges our ideas of success and investigates whether, without moral foundation, any gain can guarantee happiness.
Additional Wednesday Matinee: December 1st, 1 pm