Mark Ruffalo, Danny DeVito, and More on Finding the Funny in Arthur Miller's Poignant The Price

Jessica Hecht and Tony Shalhoub also appear in Terry Kinney's new production of Miller's drama at the American Airlines Theatre.

Arthur Miller's family drama The Price is back on Broadway in a new Roundabout Theatre Company production directed by Terry Kinney. Kinney's revival stars an A-list quartet made up of Mark Ruffalo and Tony Shalhoub as a pair of estranged brothers, Jessica Hecht as one of their loving spouses, and Danny DeVito as the furniture dealer who could change their lives. After the curtain came down on their opening-night performance, Ruffalo, DeVito, Hecht, and Shalhoub talked to TheaterMania about this poignant drama, which Ruffalo believes is Miller's best, and what it means to make choices that might change your life.

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