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A View From The Bridge
A 1950s powerhouse drama by Arthur Miller about a man trying to hold on to his world.
The 1950s powerhouse drama by Arthur Miller about a man trying to hold on to his world. A View From The Bridge follows the cataclysmic downfall of Eddie Carbone as his life spirals once his niece falls in love with an undocumented immigrant. As Eddie and his family pursue the “American Dream," they soon learn about the true price of freedom.
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Tickets will be available at the door at a price of $20 for General Admission, or a $15 Artist, Student and Senior rate. (Students and Seniors must show ID at the door for pricing and admission; Seniors 55 and up.) If you wish to reserve tickets online, they are available now via our ticketing portal on Showclix - simply click the image above or visit:
Friday, July 22 is being offered as a preview performance, with all tickets priced at $10. Attendance on Opening Night, Saturday July 23rd, will include admission to our Opening Night Party with refreshments and an opportunity to mingle with the cast, and a $10 surcharge will apply to Opening Night tickets. Finally, all performances will offer a limited number of Pay What You Can tickets, for those who are unable to purchase tickets at our regular prices. We recommend a $5 minimum for this limited ticket supply (or $10 on Opening Night), and ask that patrons please make use of them courteously.
All performances will be at Carnegie Stage, 25 W Main St, Carnegie, PA 15106. Evenings (Thursday, Friday, Saturday) at 8PM, with 3PM matinees on Sunday July 24th, Saturday July 30th, Sunday July 31st, and Saturday August 6th.
25 W Main Street, Carnegie, PA 15106
All parking is free after 6:00 pm. Parking for persons with disabilities is available in public parking lot directly across from the theater, limited on street parking is available.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Please note - Covid-19 Protocol: At this time, all patrons will be required to show proof of vaccination and wear a mask through the duration of the performances. This policy will be reviewed closer to performance dates based on CDC, State and Industry guidance.