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Publisher's Summary

Arthur Miller's deeply moving drama reunites two long-estranged middle-aged brothers. Nostalgia and recrimination erupt as they sell off an attic of furniture, their last link to a family and a world that no longer exist. This 1968 classic is a wrenching saga of plaintive gestures and missed opportunities. A BBC co-production.
(P)1995 L.A. Theatre Works
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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 09-30-17

Great acting

The actors in this are quite amazing and very entertaining. They kept the story going and left me wanting more. I listened to the whole thing in one sitting and would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a good play.

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5 out of 5 stars
By S F Burns on 05-17-15

Another Great Performance

Richard Dryfus Amy Irving and the rest of the cast were outstanding. Arthur Miller knows a thing or two about the Human Character and the dynamics of family life

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5 out of 5 stars
By N on 11-24-09

The Price

An outstanding performance of a gripping play. Vivid portrayal of the characters enmeshed in the kind of family drama that is all too common. A master playwright, Miller uncovers emotional causes that fractures families and blights lives - but always with compassion. These threads are shown clearly in this superb LA Theatre production, with the surprise casting of Timothy West in an otherwise all-American cast.

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