See One of Arthur Miller’s Greatest Works, “The Price,” at Arena Stage
Legendary playwright Arthur Miller may be best known for works like The Crucible and Death of a Salesman, but his pool of plays includes much more. One poignant piece that is often overlooked is The Price, a story that weighs the value of personal experiences and memories against the value of money. The Price is returning to the theater at Arena Stage on October 6th and will run through November 12th, so you have the opportunity to see it performed the way Arthur Miller imagined it.
Grab your seat as Victor Franz strides onto the stage, a man returning home to tie up loose ends after his father passes away. He’s expecting it to be a relatively simple affair, but when his estranged brother shows up, the two find themselves suddenly lost in memories. Victor is left to decide whether his father’s possessions are worth more as mementos or as monetary gain when professional appraiser Gregory Solomon sums up the estate. Tickets are $81.