The play takes a challenging look into the relationship of two brothers and a family that plays on each other's weaknesses. The audience is responding to the riveting performance of this cast led by Matthew Rhodes as Victor and Phil Bartolf as Walter.
Tony Torrisi, director, notes that "[Arthur] Miller pits two brothers against each other. They are finally forced to deal with their past misunderstandings and miscommunications. In the end they realize that they have each paid a heavy price for the choices they made. Audiences around the world, for more than seven decades, have found deep connections to the families Miller so brilliantly brings to life on stage."
The Price opened on Broadway in 1968 and has been revived four times. It was nominated for two Tony Awards. Theatre Palisades has been producing theater for 55 years, calling Pierson Playhouse their home for 30 of them. The theater is proud to bring this strong production to stage, committing themselves to work that is honest and compelling.