Winner of the Tony Award for “Best Play” and Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman” stays strikingly relevant in our times. Considered to be one of the greatest plays of the 20th Century, subsequent productions on Broadway have won three Tony awards for “Best Revival.” Burdened by financial responsibilities and living on the edge of poverty, the salesman continues to believe he is on the verge of a “big break.” What defines a successful life? Struggling to see beyond the illusions we create for ourselves, Loman, like so many, fights for acceptance to avoid being seen as a failure in the eyes of society.
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Stage Scene LA - Highly Recommended
"...Ruskin Group Theatre Company revivals of Arthur Miller's name-making All My Sons and his autobiographical A Memory Of Two Mondays have already demonstrated the company's mastery of things Miller. Their Death Of A Salesman proves every bit as masterful."
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