An Enemy of the People: Arthur Miller's Take on Ibsen's Play
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Although we saw it in preview and it had some timing issuess to overcome, the acting was professional and I was reminded that this is an important play. The theme, greed vs morality, is even more relevant these days than when Miller wrote the play.
One small criticism: I found the music was too frivolous for the gravity of the subject matter.
Directed by Christy Yael and Sean Cox
An Enemy of the People features an incredible cast of San Diego favorites including Matt Scott as Dr. Stockmann, Brenda Dodge, Brian Mackey, Antonio “T.J.” Johnson, Danny Campbell, Rob Biter, Erin Petersen, Aidan Heyak, Sean Cox and Eric Poppick as Mayor Peter Stockmann.