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A View From The Bridge

A View From The Bridge

Set in 1950s Brooklyn, longshoreman Eddie Carbone harbors a subconscious and jealous affection for his niece, Catherine, whom he is raising with his wife. When distant cousins arrive from Italy and one of them falls for Catherine, Eddie takes drastic measures to protect his fragile American Dream. Deeply relevant, A View From The Bridge wrestles with truths about family, the complexities of how we assimilate and, ultimately, how we view ourselves as Americans.

Content Warning: Adult themes, xenophobic language, homophobic language, sexual language, and violence


Parking Information

Long Wharf is partnering with IKEA to use their lot for guests. Look for the welcome tent. A free shuttle being provided by Greater New Haven Transit District will run between the IKEA parking lot and the Canal Dock Boathouse starting 45 minutes before the show. The shuttle will be making frequent trips. The shuttle will also be available after the show.

The IKEA lot is within walking distance (1500 feet) of the Canal Dock Boathouse.

Additional options include:

  • Free on-street parking on Long Wharf Drive.
  • The Long Wharf Maritime Center (555 Long Wharf Drive, New Haven CT 06511) is a paid covered garage on the same side of the street as the Canal Dock Boathouse. Fees are $0.75 per half hour.  It is within walking distance (1586 feet) of the Canal Dock Boathouse.
  • There are ten handicap accessible parking spots at the boathouse.

Additional Information

The Canal Dock Boathouse is an accessible building. There is an elevator to navigate between the floors of the boathouse. There are ten handicap accessible parking spots at the boathouse.

Audience seating will be elevated. The first row will not require stairs. Priority seating will be provided in the first for those with accessibility needs.

If you need a seat closer to the performers for vision or hearing needs, limited mobility, or wheelchair accommodation, please contact our Box Office at boxoffice@longwharf.org or call/text 203.693.1486.

Large print programs are available upon request at our Box Office.

The Canal Dock Boathouse has men’s and women’s restrooms on each floor.

Assisted listening devices are available upon request at our Box Office.

WHEN TO ARRIVE – The building will open 45 minutes before the show. As you wait, enjoy a drink at the bar. The theatre space will open 30 minutes before show time.

WHERE TO GO – The Canal Dock Boat House is located on New Haven’s historic waterfront.

Exit 46 off I-95

Bus Stop: Sargent Drive & Canal Dock Road (Stop ID: SARCANN)

Please check CT Transit for the schedule.

WHERE TO EAT – 

BLDG Restaurant (inside the Hotel Marcel) – Long Wharf Theatre ticket holders receive 10% off your meal at BLDG pre- or post-show. Please allow time for your dining experience. Reservations are recommended, starting at 5:30PM for evening performances.

Present your e-ticket or ticket stub to receive the discount.

IKEA New Haven Long Wharf Theatre ticket holders who are IKEA Family Members (IKEA’s free loyalty program) get $10 off in-store purchase of $50 or more*. 

Valid only on the date of ticketed performance, and by presenting your e-ticket or ticket stub with your IKEA Family number and this coupon.

Meet us in the Virtual Lobby for a curated experience featuring music, interviews, articles and more, all sure to set the ambience for Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge. See you inside.

Read the program for our production of Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge.

Information on our FREE Student Matinees click here

"A wonderful, creative production. The Canal Dock Boathouse almost seems like another character in this innovative presentation."

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We are grateful for our production sponsors.

Jacqueline Koral

Production Sponsor

IKEA New Haven

Media Sponsor

We are grateful for our partners on this production.

Fusco Property Management

Hotel Marcel

IKEA New Haven

Il Gabbiano

Creative Team

Arthur Miller (1915-2005) was born in New York City and studied at the University of Michigan. His plays include THE MAN WHO HAD ALL THE LUCK (1944), ALL MY SONS (1947), DEATH OF A SALESMAN (1949), THE CRUCIBLE (1953), A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE and A MEMORY OF TWO MONDAYS (1955), AFTER THE FALL (1964), INCIDENT AT VICHY (1964), THE PRICE (1968), THE CREATION OF THE WORLD AND OTHER BUSINESS (1972), THE ARCHBISHOP’S CEILING (1977), THE AMERICAN CLOCK (1980) AND PLAYING FOR TIME. Later plays include THE RIDE DOWN MT. MORGAN (1991), THE LAST YANKEE (1993), BROKEN GLASS (1994), MR. PETERS’ CONNECTIONS (1998), RESURRECTION BLUES (2002), and FINISHING THE PICTURE (2004). Other works include “Focus,” a novel (1945), “The Misfits,” a screenplay (1960), and the texts for “In Russia” (1969), “In the Country” (1977), and “Chinese Encounters” (1979), three books in collaboration with his wife, photographer Inge Morath. Memoirs include “Salesman in Beijing” (1984) and “Timebends,” an autobiography (1988). Short fiction includes the collection “I Don’t Need You Anymore” (1967), the novella “Homely Girl, a Life” (1995) and “Presence: Stories” (2007). He was awarded the Avery Hopwood Award for Playwriting at University of Michigan in 1936. He twice won the New York Drama Critics Circle Award, received two Emmy awards and three Tony Awards for his plays, as well as a Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement. He also won an Obie award, a BBC Best Play Award, the George Foster Peabody Award, a Gold Medal for Drama from the National Institute of Arts and Letters, the Literary Lion Award from the New York Public Library, the John F. Kennedy Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Algur Meadows Award. He was named Jefferson Lecturer for the National Endowment for the Humanities in 2001. He was awarded the 2002 Prince of Asturias Award for Letters and the 2003 Jerusalem Prize. He received honorary degrees from Oxford University and Harvard University and was awarded the Prix Moliere of the French theatre, the Dorothy and Lillian Gish Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Pulitzer Prize.

James is an award-winning director and reinterpreter of classic works.  Julius Caesar (Asolo Repertory), Christmas Carol (Trinity Rep),  Sense and Sensibility and Arcadia (FSU/Asolo Conservatory), Romeo and Juliet and King John (Texas Shakespeare Festival), Anthony and Cleopatra and The Tempest (Waterwell Drama), This New Now and 274 Days (NYU Tisch), Church (Chautauqua Theatre), Elephant’s Graveyard and Lear (Red Tape Theatre), Heroes of the Fourth Turning and Passage (SUNY Purchase).  With collaborator Patricia Black: and the swan (The Coop, Atelier 86).  James was the founding artistic director of Chicago’s Red Tape Theatre.  Awards and Fellowships: Joseph Jefferson Award for Best Direction, The Drama League Directing Fellowship, Chautauqua Theatre Directing Fellowship, Manhattan Theatre Club, SDC, and Peter Kaplan. MFA: Brown/Trinity Rep.  jamesdeanpalmer.com

Douglas Denoff is an eight-time Tony-nominated producer and is proud to be collaborating with the Long Wharf Theatre family on this exciting production.

Recent Broadway productions as co-producer include Lorraine Hansberry’s The Sign In Sidney Brustein’s Window, Take Me Out, Slave Play, Sea Wall/A Life, Harvey Fierstein’s Torch Song (2018 revival), American Son, John Leguizamo’s Latin History For Morons, Fiddler On The Roof (2015 revival), Pretty Woman (Broadway/Tour/UK), Nice Work If You Can Get It, and The 39 Steps both as co-producer on the original three-year Broadway run and lead producer for its 2015 revival.  He produced The Lucky Star by Karen Hartman, directed by Noah Himmelstein at 59E59 Theatres, which is anticipated to transfer to Broadway in the 2024-25 season.

Denoff is developing several new plays for 2024-2025 including Interview by Teunkie van der Sluijs, The History of Love by Emily Maltby, and Lulu, a immersive new adaptation by Andi Villa Stover based on the plays Earth Spirit and Pandora’s Box by Frank Wedekind (Spring Awakening). 

Upcoming musicals as lead producer include the first  Broadway revival of Ain’t Misbehavin’, and a hilarious revival of The Pirates of Penzance directed by John Rando and choreographed by Joshua Bergasse.

Myah Shein is a dance and theatre artist from Chicago and directs her own production company MSJP Creatives. MSJP has produced work by Drew Pisarra, DE-CRUIT, and Waterwell/Professional Performing Arts School, and developed works by James Palmer, Patricia Black, and Chana Porter. As a producer with The Coop Theater and Film, projects included Terra FirmaThe Snakes (Official Selection, Brooklyn Short Film Festival, Pan African Film Festival, American Black Film Festival) and Such a Shitty Time. Select choreography credits include productions at Folger Theater, Asolo Rep, Trinity Rep, NYU and Alexandra Beller/Dances. She is founding artistic ensemble member of Red Tape Theatre Company, where she choreographed, performed in and produced nearly 40 projects, including the annual Chicago Fringe Artist Networking Night. She was nominated for a Joseph Jefferson Award for Best Choreography for The Love of the Nightingale (Joseph Jefferson Award winner, Best Production). She has a background in arts marketing and served as the Marketing Director at Red Tape, Interim Director Marketing at Trinity Rep, Marketing Consultant for Greater Boston Stage Company and currently serves as the Managing Director for Simons Marketing.

Ashley Malafronte is a Brooklyn-Based, Connecticut-born theatremaker and educator. Her solo show, Cent’anni, is a community cook-a-long event about Italian American identity, loss, memory, and food. In 2023, she directed Mad Forest (Waterwell/PPAS), Max Keane’s The Emancipation of Sugar and Baby (Weasel Fest/The Brick), and Legally Blonde, Jr. (Children’s Theater of Madison). Assistant/associate directing credits include Private Lives (SDCF Noël Coward Fellow/ dir. KJ Sanchez), High Crimes (Rude Mechs), Mac Beth (SDCF Observership/dir. Erica Schmidt), and Exchange (A Broken Umbrella Theatre). Ashley’s dramaturgy and literary practice has been integral to productions at UT-Austin, the Cohen New Works Festival, and Waterwell/PPAS. She is also Head of Theater Studies in the Waterwell Drama Program and Senior Editor of HowlRound Theatre Commons. This one is for Dee & Tony. 

You-Shin Chen is a USA-based Taiwanese scenic designer. As a theatre collaborator, she is committed to diversity and humanity. You-Shin centers humans, both the characters and the viewers, and their experiences in her process of creating a three-dimensional space. Her design works have been seen across the continental US and Europe. Some of her favorite credits include: How To Defend Yourself (NYTW); Wolf Play (SohoRep & MCC, Lortel Awards); Red Velvet (STC, DC); Dragon King’s Daughter (Kennedy Center, DC); Mlima’s Tale(St. Louis Rep); Mrs. Murray’s Menagerie (ArsNova, Lortel Awards); Troy Anthony’s The Revival: It Is Our Duty (The Shed, NYC); Walden (TheaterWorks Hartford, Connecticut Critics Circle Awards). Collaborator with the feath3r theory. Assistant professor at Muhlenberg College. Local USA829, IASTE. www.youshinchen.com

KATE MCGEE is a transdesigner and new media artist. Long Wharf Theatre: An Iliad. Off-Broadway: My Lingerie Play (Rattlestick), The Infinite Love Party (Bushwick Starr), Notes on Killing … (Soho Rep/The Sol Project), I’m Revolting (Atlantic Theater), PTaylor Mac’s The Hang  (HERE/PROTOTYPE), Early Plays (New York City Players/The Wooster Group). International: protec/attac (Deutsches Schauspielhaus; scenery, costumes, lighting), Emily’s D+ Evolution, songwrights apothecary lab, and Off-Brand gOdds  tours for Esperanza Spalding. Regional: Life of Galileo and Julius Caesar (PlayMakers Rep),  A Tale of Two Cities (Trinity Rep). She was a 2022/2023 Project Number One artist in residence at Soho Rep (Girl Mode, a VR experience). Kate designs and devises “somehow literary” works with Peter Mills Weiss and Julia Mounsey that engage with questions of authenticity, spectatorship, violence, coercion and comedy.

Risa Ando is a costume designer from Japan, and is grateful and excited for her Long Wharf debut! Selected credits include the world premiere of The Salvagers (Yale Rep); Furlough’s Paradise, Next to Normal (DGSD); Mamma Mia! (Forestburgh Playhouse); #4 (Yale Cabaret); Switch No Otoko (Éclo, Tokyo); Dracula, Otoko-kai (Gekidan Ijin-Butai, Tokyo); The Best Place For Love (Fire & Ice Production, Dublin); Sherlock Holmes and the Hound of the Baskervilles (Wonderland Productions, Dublin). Risa received a B.F.A. in costume design from SUNY Purchase College, and she is currently in her final year pursuing M.F.A. at David Geffen School of Drama (DGSD) at Yale. risaando.myportfolio.com

 

Long Wharf Theatre: A Doll’s House, Part 2. Recent theatre credits: Little Women (Seattle Rep, Milwaukee Rep), A Christmas Carol (Guthrie, also composer), The Art of Burning (The Huntington, Hartford Stage), The Wanderers (Roundabout Theater Company, The Old Globe), and The Engagement Party (Geffen Playhouse, Hartford Stage). NYC: Playwrights Horizons, Manhattan Theatre Club, Theatre for a New Audience, Mint Theater Company, National Black Theatre, Repertorio Español, New York Theatre Workshop, HERE, and Bedlam. Recognitions: Drama Desk, Connecticut Critics Circle, Henry , and Bessie Awards. Shaw is a Kansas native living in Brooklyn. Graduate of Harvard and Yale School of Drama. Proud member of TSDCA and USA Local 829.

CHRIS FELIX is a Haitian American music producer and composer based in Brooklyn, NY. His work is distinguished by eclectic sampling and spans multiple industries and genres, notably afrobeat and hip-hop. As a producer, his music has been released by Universal Music Group and multiple independent labels, featuring global artists such as Anthony Ramos, King Promise, and Michaël Brun among others. His awards include an American Songwriting Award and a New York Emmy, the latter for a social justice collaboration with South Bronx middle schoolers. Chris has also composed for ad campaigns in the tech industry and for Bacardi rum. Instagram: @chrisfelixmusic.

SEAN FLETCHER GRIFFIN is a member of UnkleDave’s Fight-House. Broadway: Appropriate (2ST); The Great Society (LCT). NY: Oliver!, A Light In The Piazza (Encores); A Comedy of Errors, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (The Public); Good Enemy (Minetta Lane), NERO (Kyoung’s Pacific Beat), Don’t Look Back (Voyage), Elyria, The Secret Life of Bees (Atlantic); Lockdown, The Siblings Play (Rattlestick); Leap and the Net Will Appear (New Georges), Manhood (National Black Theater), Fur (NYTW/Boundless). Regional: Living And Breathing, King Hedley II (Two River); Wait Until Dark (Dorset); Billy Elliot, Oklahoma!, Oliver! (Goodspeed). He is also an actor with AEA and a playwright.

Julie Foh is a voice, text, and dialect coach. Previous coaching credits include the ripple, the wave that carried me home (Yale Rep); The Winter’s Tale (Hartford Stage); Othello, Love’s Labour’s Lost, The Tempest, The Winter’s TaleMeasure for MeasureHenry VTwelfth NightCoriolanus (Next Chapter Podcasts); A Man for All Seasons, And a Nightingale Sang, The CaretakerA Child’s Christmas in Wales (Shakespeare Theatre of NJ); Belfast Girls (Irish Rep); Mlima’s Tale (The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis and Westport Country Playhouse); Ride the Cyclone: The MusicalSleuth (McCarter Theatre Center); Wolverine: The Lost Trail (Marvel podcast); As You Like ItKing Charles III (Colorado Shakespeare Festival); Sherwood (Cleveland Play House); Pygmalion (BEDLAM); Familiar (Woolly Mammoth). She is on faculty at Yale.

MATTHEW ARMENTROUT (Hair/Wig Design) Broadway: Paradise Square (Drama Desk Nominee), Birthday Candles, Flying Over Sunset, Bernhardt/Hamlet, The Sound Inside. Off-Broadway: The Gardens of Anuncia (LCT), Dear World (NYCC Encores!), Suffs (The Public), The Visitor (The Public), Merrily We Roll Along (Roundabout), Othello (NYSF). National Tour: Jitney. Regional: A Transparent Musical (Center Theatre Group), Ava: The Secret Conversations (Geffen Playhouse), Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (Yale Rep), Today Is My Birthday (Yale Rep), Bliss! (The 5th Avenue), Paradise Square (Berkeley Rep.). Television: The Marvelous Mrs Maisel (Emmy Nominee).

Jenny Kennedy is a Brooklyn-based stage manager and digital producer. Recently: The Refuge Plays at Roundabout Theatre and Regretfully, So the Birds Are at Playwrights Horizons. Broadway: The King & IBloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, & RedOff-Broadway/NYC: Heroes of the Fourth Turning, The Thanksgiving Play (Playwrights Horizons); Office Hour (The Public); In The Body Of The World (Manhattan Theatre Club); Villa (The Play Company); work with LCT3, Lincoln Center Theater, Second Stage Theater, NYTW, The Met, American Theatre Wing, Notch Theatre, Catastrophe Playlist, Blue Stone Productions, and Fault Line Theatre. Regional: A.R.T., Two River Theater, Kavinoky Theatre; 15 years with Chautauqua Theater Company. Taught stage management at SUNY Buffalo State. Associate Artist with Fault Line. Managing classics remains a pleasure, but it’s developing work with exciting collaborators, while dismantling the systems that do not support artists, that is always the dream. Love to Max.

Ryan Gohsman  Long Wharf Theatre: Debut.  Broadway: Here Lies Love (also Public Theater; consultant at National Theatre – London).  Off-Broadway/NYC: Little Shop of Horrors (2019 revival); The Light YearsAntlia PneumaticaDetroitMaple and VineMary JaneHundred Days (NYTW); Paul Swan…Pretty Filthy (Civilians); The Death of the Last Black Man…Chéri (Signature); Uncle Vanya (Target Margin); ThumbprintTrain with No MidnightSumeida’s Song (PROTOTYPE).  Regional: Aquanetta (Bard SummerScape/Beth Morrison Projects); Man of La Mancha (Westport); Royal Family of BroadwayWest Side Story (Barrington Stage).  Tours/International: The Last Hotel (Edinburgh Intl. Fest, Royal Opera – London, Dublin, NYC, filmed for Sky Arts TV); The Head and the Load (Holland Fest); Angel’s Bone (Hong Kong); Triptych (Eyes of One on Another) (LA Phil, Kennedy Center, Holland Fest, Stavros – Athens).

Cast

NYC theatre credits include The Tempest, Julius Caesar, Romeo and Juliet, Coriolanus, Guilt by Association, Love Loss & What I Wore, The Swordsman’s Lady, Bitch, Victor K, And The Swan, Dearly Beloved, This Side of Paradise, Bones.  TV: Recurring roles on “And Just Like That” (MAX), “The Watcher” (Netflix), and “Pose (F/X).”  Film: Ballad of a Hustler, The Loving Dead, Staging Anna.  

MIKE BOLAND is an award-winning actor and writer. He is thrilled to return to Long Wharf Theatre where he began his professional career in 1997’s She Stoops to Conquer. Other Long Wharf Theatre credits: Wit, Mystery School, and A Question of Mercy. Broadway: An Enemy of the People. Off-Broadway: The Orphans’ Home Cycle. National tours: Twelve Angry Men, West Side Story. Regional: Hartford Stage, Yale Rep, Playhouse on Park, ACT of CT,  STONC, Manhattan Theatre Club, Ivoryton Playhouse, Westchester Broadway, Fulton, Judson, Engeman, Coastal Carolina, and many others. Television: “The Blacklist” (recurring), “FBI,” “Person of Interest,” “Zero Hour,” and “Rubicon.” Mike’s feature screenplay Yo Andrea is the winner of the 2023 Miami Screenplay Awards.

Broadway: South Pacific, Twentieth Century. Off-Broadway: premieres of Almost Maine, Southern Comfort, Yours Unfaithfully, The Butcherhouse Chronicles, Somewhere Someplace Else, Dick In London. Regional: Arena Stage, Cleveland Play House, La Jolla Playhouse, A.C.T., Denver Center Theatre, Old Globe, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Cincinnati Playhouse, Northern Stage. National tours: War Horse, Spring Awakening, Twelve Angry Men. Film/television: “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “Madam Secretary,” “Homeland,” “Nurse Jackie,” “Allegiance,”Law & Order,”White Collar,” “The Affair,” and One True Thing. As a writer: Let Me Spell It Out For You (Best Storytelling, NYC Solo Festival), Provenance ( Clauder Competition award for Vermont), The Booth Variations (co-author), and “We Serve With Honor,” (Telly Award), among others. 

DOMINIC FUMUSA is best known for playing “Kevin Peyton” on Showtime’s “Nurse Jackie.” Film work includes starring in 13 Hours (dir. Michael Bay), Focus (opposite Will Smith and Margot Robbie), The Report, Allegiance, and Helena from the Wedding. Additional television: “Homeland,” “Godfather of Harlem,” “Divorce,” “Goliath,” “Damages,” “Sex and the City,” “The Sopranos,” and many others. NYC theater: originating roles in Sarah Ruhl’s plays Stage Kiss and Passion Play, Richard Greenberg’s Tony Award-winning Take Me Out (NYC, London), Melissa James Gibson’s Obie Award-winning [sic], Stephen Belber’s The Power of DuffFault Lines, and Tape (NYC, London, Los Angeles).  Broadway debut in Wait Until Dark (with Marisa Tomei and Quentin Tarantino). Regional theater: Guthrie Theater, Stratford Festival, Huntington, Kennedy Center, Actors Theater of Louisville.

Theatre: Addressless (Rattlestick Theater), The Lulu Plays (Sutton Square Entertainment), Three Sisters (Old Vic New Voices;Eve Best, dir.), My Name is Rachel Corrie (Jaq Bessell, dir.), Macbeth (Che Walker, dir.), Tits and Blood (Edinburgh Festival Fringe), The Thin Line (Cathy Plourde, dir.). Film: Long Nights Short Mornings (Chadd Harbold, dir.), Beauty Mark (Harris Doran, dir.), What Breaks the Ice (Rebecca Eskreis, dir.), Coach of the Year (David Stott, dir.)Digital: Heirloom (Vimeo; Michael Melamedoff, dir.), Virtue (Broadway on Demand; Valentina Fratti, dir.), The Ivanka Diaries (Harris Doran, dir.). Training: Washington and Lee University (B.A., French and Theatre), The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, and The Old Vic’s T.S. Eliot US / UK Exchange Program. IG: @trespay.

Theatrical credits include Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus and The Performers a(Broadway); The Hairy Ape at Park Avenue Armory; and Prior in Angels in America at Actors Theatre of Louisville; the premiere of A.R. Gurney’s final play , Final Follies at Cherry Lane Theatre, and Nick Dear’s Frankenstein at Denver Center. Television credits include “American Rust” (upcoming), “The Outs,” NBC’s “Blindspot,” “Forever,” “Smash,” and “Law and Order: SVU.” He holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Columbia University as well as a master’s level diploma from The Juilliard School Drama Division.

ANTONIO  MAGRO is first generation British Italian and graduate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (2008). He most recently appeared in “The Alienist” (TNT) and ” The Continental” (Peacock) and is soon to be in Season Two of “House of The Dragon” (MAX). Additional television credits: ” Call The Midwife ” (BBC), ” Hanna ” (Amazon), ” Cursed ” (Netflix), ” Litvinenko ” (Amazon), ” Line of Duty ” (BBC), ” You, Me and the Apocalypse ” (Amazon). He made his West End debut in A View From The Bridge in 2009 followed by Enron (Headlong), Matilda (Royal Shakespeare Company, Olivier winner) and Groundhog Day (Old Vic, Olivier winner). He is delighted to be making his U.S. stage debut.

Select New York theatre credits include Prelude to a Kiss and Clybourne Park (Broadway); Becky ShawThe Layover (Second Stage); Long Lost (Manhattan Theatre Club); Antlia Pneumatica (Playwrights Horizons); and The Internationalist (Vineyard Theatre). Select film credits include Eric LaRue and Three Birthdays (upcoming) as well as Giving Birth to a Butterfly and How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, among others. TV: “Mrs. America” (FX); “Friends from College” (series lead, Netflix); “The Looming Tower” opposite Jeff Daniels and “The First” opposite Sean Penn, both on Hulu. Annie also starred in Vinyl (Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger, producers) and appeared in the mini-series “The Pacific” (Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks, executive producers) and the film Paterno opposite Al Pacino, all for HBO.

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