View from the Bridge (Heinemann Plays) by Arthur Miller

By Arthur Miller

'Heinemann performs' deals modern drama and new versions of vintage performs. The sequence has been constructed to help lecture room instructing and to fulfill the necessities of Key phases three and four. The performs are perfect for school room interpreting and function; many have huge casts and an equivalent mixture of elements for girls and boys. each one play contains techniques and actions to introduce and use the performs within the lecture room. "A View From the Bridge" tells the tale of Eddie Carbone, who consents to shield his wife's cousins who're looking safe haven in big apple as unlawful immigrants. difficulty starts off while his wife's niece is drawn to Eddie's more youthful brother. There are thirteen elements, ten of that are male and 3 lady.

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They all stand motionless. Another knock. ] Go up the fire escape, get them out over the back fence. ] FIRST OFFICER [in the hall]: Immigration! Open up in there! EDDIE: Go, go. Hurry up! ] Well, what're you lookin' atl FIRST OFFICER: Open up! EDDIE [calling towards the door]: Who's that there? FIRST OFFICER: Immigration, open up. [EDDIE turns, looks at BEA TRI CE. She sits. Then he Iooks at eATHBRINE. With a sob offury CATHERINE streaks into a bedroom. ) BDDIE: :fi TWO A VIBW FROM THB BRIDGB ACT TWO BDDIB: All right, take it easy, take it easy.

This is my house, llEATRICE [crying out]: What's the use ofit! He's crazv now, you know the way they get, what good is it! You got nothin' against Marco, you always liked Marco l EDDIE: 1got nothin' against Marco? Which he called me a rat BEATRICE: \'1 1, TWO 82 A VIEW FROM THE in front of the whoIe neighbourhood? his chiIdren! Where you been? BRIDGE ACT Which he said 1 kilIed You want somethin' ncver have her! I IIUATRICE: (quite suddenlv, stepping up to EDDIEJ: It is my fault, Eddie. Everything.

Eddie, go in the house! EDDIB [ - he gradualIy comes to address the people]: Maybe he come to apologize to me. Heh, Marco? For what you said about me in front of the neighbourhood? ] He knows that ain't right. To do like that? To aman? Which 1 put my roof over their head and my food in their mouth? Like in the Bible? Strangers 1 never seen in my whole life? To come out of the water and grab a girl for a passport? To go and cake from your own family like from the stabIe - and never a word to me?

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