Triad Stage

The Price

January 29 - February 19, 2017


Sun, Jan 297:30pm
Jan 30
Tue, Jan 317:30pm
Wed, Feb 17:30pm
Thu, Feb 27:30pm
Fri, Feb 38:00pm
Sat, Feb 48:00pm
Sun, Feb 52:00pm7:30pm
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Tue, Feb 77:30pm
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Thu, Feb 97:30pm
Fri, Feb 108:00pm
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Sun, Feb 122:00pm7:30pm
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Tue, Feb 147:30pm
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Thu, Feb 167:30pm
Fri, Feb 178:00pm
Sat, Feb 188:00pm
Sun, Feb 192:00pm
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The Price

By Arthur Miller

Two brothers who never speak, a woman eager to live the life she never had and a retired used furniture dealer looking to get back into the game meet in an antique-filled New York brownstone set to be demolished. The past and present collide as secrets and rivalries shake the foundations of the brothers’ former home. As the four dig through the remnants of their pasts, they discover the cost of the choices they made. For the first time, Triad Stage celebrates the work of one of America’s greatest playwrights in a 50th anniversary production of what The Wall Street Journal calls “the best thing (Arthur) Miller ever wrote.”



Thursday, February 16
Arthur Miller in an Hour: A Discussion with James Fisher
Scuppernong Books
5:00 p.m. | FREE

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“"The Price was one of the best shows I have seen at Triad Stage and I have been attending shows since Triad Stage began."”

Audience survey


Esther Franz
Dina Ann Comolli
Victor Franz
Christopher Gerson
Walter Franz
Jim Shankman
Gregory Solomon
Robert Zukerman

Creative Team

Scenic Designer
Fred Kinney
Costume Designer
Olivia Trees
Lighting Designer
Masha Tsimring
Sound Designer
Jane Shaw
Resident Fight Choreographer
Jim Wren
Resident Vocal Coach
Christine Morris
Casting Director
Cindi Rush
Stage Manager
Emily J. Mails
InSight Speaker
Maru Torres-Antonini

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News & Reviews The Price


Triad Stage Evaluates Cost of Living in The Price
Yes! Weekly
February 8, 2017

When it comes to the true cost of living—the consequences of our actions—singer Janice Joplin said it best, “You’re only as much as you settle for.” There’s a fine line between responsibility and self-sacrifice, resentment and regret. And at the end of the day, whom can we blame for our miseries but ourselves? Playwright Arthur Miller knew this all too well while crafting his 1968 drama The Price. In the intimate production family secrets and rivalries are revealed when two brothers who led very different lives are forced to unite to settle their late father’s estate. In Triad Stage’s opening-night production last Friday, Miller’s family drama came to life and begged the audience to contemplate, “What is a life worth, what consequences does a decision demand, and what is the balance due on a moral debt?”

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Theater review: Triad Stage presents Arthur Miller's 'The Price'
News & Record
February 5, 2017

It’s always interesting to see how Triad Stage will outdo itself from one production to another. It’s not necessarily a concerted self-one-upmanship, just a standard that treats every play as a fresh challenge. Consider, for example, some 100 pieces of furniture suspended high above the stage in Arthur Miller’s “The Price.” How does Fred Kinney, scenic designer, do it? Suspend, as well, your disbelief of this aerial feat and settle into your own piece of theatrical furniture for one of Triad Stage’s most intense efforts ever, selected and directed by artistic founding director Preston Lane. Directors matter. With Lane, expect excellence.

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Triad Stage explores family dynamics, secrets of the past in Arthur Miller’s “The Price”
News & Record
January 19, 2017

The Broadway revival of Arthur Miller’s “The Price” is scheduled to open in a couple of weeks. But local audiences will have the opportunity to see Triad Stage’s production of the same play first. “The Price” is scheduled to open in Greensboro on Jan. 29, marking the first time Triad Stage has presented a Miller play.

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Triad Stage Presents Arthur Miller’s “The Price”
The Carolinian
January 18, 2017

From the tail end of January through the majority of February, the Pyrle Theater in downtown Greensboro will feature Arthur Miller’s play “The Price”. As a celebration of the play’s 50th anniversary, Triad Stage is putting on a production of the play that the Wall Street Journal calls “the best thing Miller ever wrote.”

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Press Releases:

Triad Stage Presents 50th Anniversary Production of Arthur Miller’s The Price
January 4, 2017

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