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Perhaps the most startling accomplishment of Mr. van Hove’s “Bridge” is that it not only justifies Miller’s use of this character, Alfieri, but also makes him absolutely essential to our experience of the play. Portrayed by Michael Gould, Alfieri becomes our conduit into a world where irrational passions trump even the instinct to survive

Ben Brantley
New York Times on A View From The Bridge

There’s a special urgency to this Alfieri that binds him potently to the proceedings... so vital he almost seems able to taste the tragedy

Peter Marks
Washington Post on A View From The Bridge