Wednesday, April 27, 2016

EVERYMAN THEATRE’S “DEATH OF A SALESMAN” A “MUST-SEE”

WHERE:  Everyman Theatre, 15 West Fayette Street, Baltimore

Critics and audiences are raving about
Death of a Salesman

Arthur Miller's profound and powerful tragedy of an American dreamer is a dramatic masterpiece. Since it was first performed in 1949, Death of a Salesman has been recognized as a milestone of American theatre and continues to strike a chord with Baltimore audiences today.

  • "Miller's Pulitzer Prize-winning play has lost none of its sting."–The Baltimore Sun
  • “An exceptional experience where everything gleams.”  —DC Theatre Scene
  • "Great production of a great classic contemporary tragedy. What a solid cast in every single role!"—Jean, Facebook
  • "Bright, vital, urgent."–DC Theatre Scene
  • "Salesman was among the best things I've seen in a long time." —Gerald, Footlights DC
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Miller's Muse: Who is Willy Loman?
What makes Death of a Salesman an artistic masterpiece? Is Willy Loman based on a real person? What made it a turning point in Arthur Miller’s career is the non-linear, expressionist style that enabled Willy Loman’s internal world to become the subject of the play. Miller actually said that seeing A Streetcar Named Desire freed him to write in this mode.
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Washington Post Profile: Meet Dawn Ursula
A terrific spotlight about a terrific artist. Get to know our amazing Resident Company Member Dawn Ursula a little better with this profile from the Washington Post. Dawn can currently be seen in our "Great American Rep" in both Death of a Salesman and A Streetcar Named Desire!
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Photo by Marvin Joseph/Washington Post