by Arthur Miller
directed by Edith Pratt
This award-winning play is set in the Sicilian-American community of 1950s Brooklyn.
The story deals with the timeless themes of classical tragedy: incestuous love, jealousy, betrayal and revenge.
The Carbone family - Eddie, his wife Beatrice and her orphaned niece Catherine - are poor but content.
They live in Brooklyn, where Eddie works at the shipyards. When Beatrice's Italian cousins, illegal immigrants, arrive to stay, the Carbone family's life changes forever.
Their loves and their loyalties are tested - and tragedy results.