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Arthur Miller’s ‘Price’ beloved, even if unheralded

Peter, a policeman, played by Gary Maggio, sits on the couch with his wife, Esther, played by Katherine Ambrosio, while Jack Fallon as Solomon and Howie Schaffer as Walter look on during a performance of Arthur Miller’s “The Price,” opening Friday at Curtain Call Theatre. (Peter Max photo)
Peter, a policeman, played by Gary Maggio, sits on the couch with his wife, Esther, played by Katherine Ambrosio, while Jack Fallon as Solomon and Howie Schaffer as Walter look on during a performance of Arthur Miller’s “The Price,” opening Friday at Curtain Call Theatre. (Peter Max photo)
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Arthur Miller may have done his best stuff two decades earlier, but when “The Price” came out on Broadway in February of 1968, New York Times critic Clive Barnes was impressed. “The Price,” wrote Barnes, “is one of the most engrossing and entertaining plays that Miller has ever written.” Bruce Browne, who is directing the Curtain Call production of Miller’s work opening Friday, likes that assessment. “It’s written during a different time period and the ...

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