Article taken from the Dewsbury Reporter, Friday March 15th Dewsbury Arts Group presents a top performance of Arthur Miller’s A View From The Bridge. DEWSBURY Arts Group’s productions are always
On Saturday 9 March, the group performed this year’s entry in the All England Theatre Festival of One Act Plays at North Ferriby in the North Eastern Preliminary Round.
Here’s a little insight into two productions with outings this week:
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Article taken from the Dewsbury Reporter, Friday March 15th
Dewsbury Arts Group presents a top performance of Arthur Miller’s A View From The Bridge.
DEWSBURY Arts Group’s productions are always second to none, and A View From the Bridge was no exception.
Set in 1950s America, the play tells the story of Italian American docker Eddie Carbone and his obsession with his niece, Catherine, who he and his wife Beatrice have brought up after she was orphaned.
Catherine falls in love with Beatrice’s cousin Rodolpho, who enters the country illegally with his brother Marco to find work. Eddie’s obsession completely takes over his life and ultimately ends in tragedy.
Dewsbury Arts Group has a raft of talent and Mark Bailey as Eddie stole the stage with his portrayal of the brooding, unlikeable character. Laura Hughes and Daniel Henry as Catherine and Rodolpho had a great on stage chemistry, and I really felt sorry for
Eddie’s long suffering wife, Beatrice, played by Jacky Fletcher.
Another top class show from Dewsbury Arts Group.
by Bill Naughton
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