DeBruno, McWilliams, Roman, Tigar to Negotiate Miller's Price for Geva

News   DeBruno, McWilliams, Roman, Tigar to Negotiate Miller's Price for Geva
Geva Theatre Center in Rochester, NY, continues its 2009-10 season with Arthur Miller's The Price, starting Feb. 23 toward a Feb. 27 opening.

Co-produced with Syracuse Stage, The Price will be directed by Timothy Bond, producing artistic director at Syracuse Stage, and will feature Tony DeBruno and Richard McWilliams as estranged brothers Walter and Victor Franz; Carmen Roman as Esther, Victor's long-suffering wife; and Kenneth Tigar (Becker in the "Lethal Weapon" films) as Gregory Solomon, the wise old antiques dealer.

In The Price, according to Geva notes, "two brothers meet in their childhood home. A wisecracking used-furniture salesman joins them as they examine their parents' possessions and rekindle old rivalries in an attic full of memories. What price has each paid for the choices he's made?"

The Price features scenic design by Scott Bradley, costume design by Laurie Churba Kohn, lighting design by Thomas C. Hase and sound design by Jonathan R. Herter.

The production will play through March 21 at the Geva Theatre Center, 75 Woodbury Blvd., Rochester, NY.

For tickets or more information call (585) 232-GEVA (4382) or visit

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