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Fall 2020 Virtual Play Readings

Fall 2020 Virtual Play Readings

Join us for our Fall 2020 Virtual Play Reading Series. For all our virtual readings, you have two ways to watch. You can choose “buy stream” to tune into the live stream with a post-show talkback or choose “rent video” to watch on demand starting the day after the live stream. The reading will only be available on demand for one week following the live stream. See below for more details.
Tickets are available for free, but we ask you to contribute a suggested donation of $15 for an individual or $40 for a family. Your donation goes to pay the artists involved in the readings and to support A Noise Within during these uncertain times. You can also donate ticket credits by emailing

The Price


By Arthur Miller
Directed by Julia Rodriguez-Elliott
Nothing is simple with family, or their demons. When two estranged brothers reunite to settle their father’s estate, they are left to navigate a wily furniture dealer and a psychological battlefield of fractured memories and old-fashioned sibling rivalry. Before the deal is done, the brothers are forced to examine the true cost of their life choices. Arthur Miller’s Tony®-nominated play unravels family ties with both poignance and cleverness.
Due to circumstances beyond our control, this event has been postponed. Please check back here for rescheduled livestream and on demand dates.
Victor Franz: Geoff Elliott
Esther Franz: Deborah Strang
Gregory Solomon: Apollo Dukakis
Walter Franz: Jeremy Rabb

“The Price” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc.