The acclaimed Broadway revival of "A View from the Bridge," directed by Ivo van Hove, will be stopping at the Kennedy Center this fall for a two-week run, the center announced on Thursday.
The engagement, produced by the Centre Theatre Group of Los Angeles — where the play will be presented before touring to Washington — is an addition to the 2016-17 theater season unveiled by the Kennedy Center in March. Arthur Miller's story of the shame a Brooklyn longshoreman brings down on his family after an act of betrayal will run in the Eisenhower Theater from Nov. 18 to Dec. 3.
Van Hove's production, which began at London's Young Vic Theatre before moving to New York last fall, closed in February at Broadway's Lyceum Theatre after 115 performances. The critical reception was strong both for van Hove's innovative staging and a cast led by Mark Strong, Nicola Walker and Phoebe Fox.
Casting for the touring version of the revival has not been announced. Subscriptions for the Kennedy Center's 2016-17 season go on sale in May; a date for single ticket sales to begin for "A View from the Bridge" has yet to be disclosed.