Death of a Salesman
Willy Loman never made a lot of money.
His name was never in the paper.
He’s not the finest character that ever lived.
But he’s a human being, and a terrible thing is happening to him.
So attention must be paid.
smile and a shoeshine’ into the land of opportunity.
Death of a Salesman is the story of Willy Loman’s life, told in one day. Willy, now 63 returns home for the last time to his family - with his memories, his daydreams and a terrible feeling that he might have taken a wrong turn somewhere along the road.
Written by the legendary Arthur Miller (The Crucible, All My Sons, A View from the Bridge) Death of a Salesman is arguably his greatest
work. It is certainly a masterpieceof modern day theatre. Described as the first great American tragedy, Death of a Salesman gained Arthur Miller his reputation of being a man who understood the deep essence of the United States. While addressing the painful conflicts within one family, Death of a Salesman also considers the cost of investing blind faith in the American Dream. Upon publication, it won the Pulitzer Prize and still punches with full force more than 50 years after its premiere.
All performances have been completed