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I worked like a dog 20 years so a punk could have [Catherine], so that’s what I’ve done. I mean in the worst times y’know, the worst, when there’s no ships coming in the harbor, I didn’t stand around looking for relief — I hustled. When there was empty piers in Brooklyn I went to Hoboken, Staten Island, the West Side, Jersey, all over, ‘cause I made a promise. I took out of my own mouth to give to her. I took out of my wife’s mouth. I walked hungry plenty days in the city! And now I gotta sit in my own house and look at a son-of-a-bitch punk like that — which he came out of nowhere! I give him my house to sleep! I take the blankets off my bedroom, and he takes and puts his dirty filthy hands on her like a goddamn thief! 

Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge dir. Ivo Van Hove


The 2015 Tony Nominated Set Designs

“An American In Paris” Bob Crowley & 59 Productions

“On the Twentieth Century” David Rockwell

“The King and I” Michael Yeargan

“Fun Home” David Zinn

“The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” Bunny Christie 

“Skylight” Bob Crowley

“Wolf Hall Parts One & Two” Christopher Oram

“You Can’t Take It With You” David Rockwell