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Death of a Salesman
4 - 19 September 2020

OVERVIEW

In the decades following its premiere, Death of a Salesman has become one of the most performed and adapted plays in theatrical history. Much of this success is attributed to Miller's facility in portraying the universal hopes and fears of the middle class. Through his main character, Willy Loman, Miller examines the myth of the American Dream and the shallow promise of happiness through material wealth. Miller uses Willy as an example of how undivided faith in such a dream can yield tragic results, especially when it goes largely unfulfilled. Audiences have continued to respond to this theme because in some incarnation, the 'American Dream' is a very universal dream, which has persisted; a viewer can watch Death of a Salesman and relates Willy's situation to their own compromised ideals and missed opportunities. More than a cautionary tale, however, Miller's work is also revered for its bold realism and riveting theatricality, a play that deals in weighty emotional issues without descending to melodrama. 

 

DEATH OF A SALESMAN

Written by Arthur Miller

BY ARRANGEMENT WITH HAL LEONARD AUSTRALIA PTY LTD, ON BEHALF OF DRAMATISTS PLAY SERVICE, INC NEW YORK

PRODUCTION TEAM

DIRECTOR - David Cascarino

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR - Danny Beaton

STAGE MANAGER -  Mike Newcombe

COSTUME DESIGNER - Angela Cascarino

LIGHTING DESIGNER - Greg Taylor

SOUND DESIGNER - Brendan Raymond

PROPS COORDINATOR - Nicole Britten

CAST

WILLY LOMAN - Brendan Flood

LINDA LOMAN - Jodee Lee

BIFF LOMAN - Biff Loman

HAPPY LOMAN - Theo Hatzistergos

CHARLEY - Paul McKenzie

BERNARD - Joshua Patterson

UNCLE BEN - John Dwyer

THE WOMAN - Cid Freitas

HOWARD - Anthony Glynn

STANLEY - Carlos Almeida

MISS FORSYTHE - Lucy Mottram

JENNY - Christina Donoghue

LETTA - Nicole Alcantara