Miller's classic follows "estranged brothers Walter, a successful surgeon, and Victor, a poorly paid policeman who put his own dreams on hold because of family obligations, [who] reunite after 16 years to divide their recently deceased father's estate," press notes state. "With a comically philosophical antiques dealer hovering in the background, the brothers confront each other about their feelings, the tangled memories of their family life and their respective places in the world." The Long Wharf production will be directed by Gordon Edelstein, with sets by Tony winner Eugene Lee, costumes by Jessica Ford, lighting by Michael Chybowski and sound design by Corrine K. Livingston.
The Price will run Oct. 4–Nov. 18 on the Long Wharf Theatre's Mainstage, located at 222 Sargent Drive in New Haven, CT.
Tickets are available by calling (203) 787-4282 or by visiting www.longwharf.org.