The Price, with Margulies, McCarthy and Forbes, Opens at Long Wharf Oct. 31

News   The Price, with Margulies, McCarthy and Forbes, Opens at Long Wharf Oct. 31
Marco Barricelli, David Margulies, Jeff McCarthy and Kate Forbes star in the Long Wharf Theatre's staging of Arthur Miller's The Price, which officially opens Oct. 31.

Artistic director Gordon Edelstein stages the production that began performances Oct. 24 for a run on the Connecticut company's Mainstage through Nov. 18.

Forbes (The Merchant of Venice) makes her Long Wharf debut opposite Long Wharf veterans Barricelli (Uncle Vanya), Margulies (Rocket to the Moon) and McCarthy (The Front Page).

On Broadway Margulies has been seen in Wonderful Town and 45 Seconds from Broadway. McCarthy is known for his turns in Urinetown and Beauty and the Beast.

"With a comically philosophical antiques dealer hovering in the background," reads show notes, "estranged brothers confront each other about their feelings, the tangled memories of their family life and their respective places in the world as they divide their recently deceased father's estate."

The design team includes Eugene Lee (set), Jessica Ford (costume), Michael Chybowski (lighting) and Corrine K. Livingston (sound). Charles M. Turner Iii serves as production stage manager. Tickets to The Price at Long Wharf's Mainstage, 222 Sargent Drive in New Haven, CT, can be purchased by calling (203) 787-4282. For more information visit

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