New York City
The Old Globe’s acclaimed "Classics Up Close" series continues with this deeply moving drama by Pulitzer Prize-winner Arthur Miller (All My Sons, Death of a Salesman). The Price tells the story of two brothers who reunite after sixteen years to sell off the remains of their family’s possessions. Along with the old furniture are memories of choices the two brothers made when their father’s fortunes crumbled during the Depression. One gave up his education and became a policeman to support his ailing father. The other left his family and went on to become a successful doctor. As they try to arrive at a price from an eccentric antiques dealer, they are forced to settle up in more ways than one as each man reexamines his life and uncovers family secrets.