The Young Vic production of Arthur Miller's A View From the Bridge is the theatrical event of the Broadway season. "This astonishing View takes you into extreme emotional territory that you seldom dare visit in daily life. At the end, you are wrung out, scooped up and so exhausted that you're wide awake. You also feel ridiculously blessed to have been a witness to the events you just saw" (The New York Times). For an even more immersive experience of this "simply staggering" (The Washington Post) drama, onstage seating is available. "Members of the audience sit on both sides of the open stage, so close to the action they share the same breathing space with the actors" (Variety). The New York Post calls A View From the Bridge "the stuff of Broadway legend," and New York magazine declares, "we will never forget it."