I feel that the success of any play would depend very much on how the audience is affected by what is presented on stage. How the playwrite conveys the themes to the audience is an important factor in the enjoyment of a drama. In this instance I personally feel that the drama "a view from the bridge" is successful on many levels. For starters, in the beginning the introduction does a fantastic dual job at grasping the attention of the audience and providing a background of the scenes that follow.
Though very unusual for a Drama to start off with introductions by a narrator. A lawyer. Alfieri re-tells his account as he 'oversees´ the events that take place. The play is in two acts, but careful incisions by
Since this play is supposed to be a modern version of a tragedy, tragic events take place throughout the play. The concept of impending doom is something that is threatening to happen, and throughout this essay, I will go into depth about how Arthur Miller created this atmosphere through his written language and stage directions. This thrilling and tragic drama is about incestuous love, jealousy and betrayal.