Written by Arthur Miller
Directed by David Cromer
**Joseph Jefferson Award Winners: Best Production - Play and Best Director - Play (David Cromer)
**Joseph Jefferson Award Nominations: Best Actor in a Principal Role (Jeff Still), Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Howard Witt), and Best Scenic Design (Joey Wade)
January 8 - March 31, 2002
This 1968 masterpiece by Arthur Miller explores the plight of two brothers struggling in the wake of their father's death. They engage the services of an old Jewish antiques dealer to dispose of the estate, whose witty conversation serves to provoke a remarkable dramatic confrontation.