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News Olivier-Winning A View from the Bridge Begins On Broadway Tonight The Young Vic's Olivier Award-winning production of Arthur Miller's A View from the Bridge begins previews Oct. 21 at 8 PM at Broadway's Lyceum Theatre.

Acclaimed Belgian director Ivo van Hove is making his Broadway debut with A View from the Bridge, which will officially open Nov. 12. The limited 17-week engagement will continue through Feb. 21, 2016.

The cast includes Mark Strong (as Eddie Carbone), Nicola Walker (as Eddie’s wife Beatrice), Phoebe Fox (as his niece Catherine), Michael Zegen (Marco), Russell Tovey (Rodolpho), Richard Hansell (Louis) and Michael Gould (Alfieri).

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The production has scenic and lighting design by longtime van Hove collaborator Jan Versweyveld, costume design by An D’Huys and sound design by Tom Gibbons.

The Young Vic production premiered in April 2014 to ecstatic reviews and instantly sold out its initial engagement. The production subsequently transferred to London’s West End, where it recently concluded another sold-out run. The production won Olivier Awards for Best Revival, Best Director and actor Strong.

A View from the Bridge, produced by Scott Rudin and Lincoln Center Theater, allows audience members a more immersive experience via onstage seating. Located on two sides of the stage, the seats are priced $50 each during previews and $135 each after opening. The view from these seats will be unrestricted.

$20 balcony seats are now available for all preview performances. Additionally, a limited number of $20 rush tickets will be available the day of each performance at the Lyceum Theatre box office.

Audiences are also able to purchase onstage seats, located on two sides of the stage, for $50 each during previews. Tickets are also available by calling (212) 239-6200 or by visiting Telecharge.com.

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