It’s 2016, and one of the hottest commodities on Broadway is still Arthur Miller. The Roundabout Theater Company will revive the playwright’s 1968 drama The Price, and the production has just taken on a very exciting trio of performers. John Turturro will make his return to the stage playing Victor Franz, the man who gives up on his own education to go home and support his father after the Great Depression wipes out the family’s finances, and joining him will be Tony Shalhoub as Victor’s brother, Walter, and Jessica Hecht as his wife, Esther. Shalhoub has been active on Broadway in recent years, earning Tony nods for Golden Boy in 2013 and Act One in 2014, and Hecht received her own nomination in 2010 for her turn as Beatrice in A View From the Bridge, another Miller play. Terry Kinney, the co-founder of the Steppenwolf Theater Company, will direct the show, which goes into previews on February 16, with the official opening coming one month later on March 16.