The Price 1992 Production Files

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Identifier: PRICE1992
Inclusive Dates: 1992
Production Files documenting the 1992 production of Arthur Miller's The Price in Roundabout Theatre Company's first season on Broadway at the Criterion Center Stage Right. The production earned Tony, Outer Critics, and Drama Desk nominations.

The Price was directed by John Tillinger with set design by John Lee Beatty, costumes by Jane Greenwood, lighting design by Dennis Parichy and sound design by Douglas J. Cuomo.

The production starred Hector Elizondo as Victor Franz, Debra Mooney as Esther Franz, Eli Wallach as Gregory Solomon and Joe Spano as Walter Franz.
Arthur Miller wrote The Price in 1968, opening at the Morosco Theater in New York City. The play centers around two estranged brothers who reunite after their father passes away. In the process of sorting out the affairs and belogings of the father, old feelings and pain resurface.

Arthur Miller was born in 1915 in Harlem, New York City to wealthy immigrant parents. A playwright of immeasurable talent, his works include Death of a Salesman, The Man Who Had All the Luck, All My Sons, A View From the Bridge, After the Fall, and The Crucible. Arthur Miller died in 2005 after a long and remarkable career in arts and literature. 
Production files contain 9 folders and 1 playbill. Collection lacks prompt script and all documents detailing the artistic vision for the play (director's notes, costume, set, sound, and lighting design).

Photograph file contains several black and white prints with Josh Ellis' press details affixed to back listing photo credit to Martha Swope.

Corresponding electronic file contains scanned playbill, digital photographs, and scanned press clippings.
Access Restrictions: Open and available to researchers by appointment.
Preferred Citation: The Price 1992 Production Files, Roundabout Theatre Company Archives
Types of Materials: Digital files, Paper documents, Media
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