After five-star reviews at the Young Vic, Death of a Salesman transfers to the Piccadilly Theatre, telling the Arthur Miller play through the eyes of an African-American family. One of Miller’s greatest works, see how Willy Loman’s investment in the American Dream comes to fruition as he attempts to harvest the wealth he believes is his. Directed by Miranda Cromwell and Marianne Elliot and featuring performances from Wendell Pierce and Sharon D. Clarke, see how the twentieth-century classic Death of a Salesman has been reimagined in this West End transfer.
Wendell Pierce will reprise his performance as Willy Loman from the Young Vic production, where he made his British stage debut. As well as appearing in television series including Suits and The Wire, previous stage credits include Broadway productions of The Piano Lesson and Serious Money, as well as producing Clybourne Park which went on to win best play at the 2012 Tony Awards.
Sharon D. Clarke will reprise her performance as Linda Loman, recently winning the Olivier Award for best actress for her performance in Caroline, or Change.
Further casting includes Sope Dirisu as Biff Loman, Natey Jones as Happy Loman, Victoria Hamilton-Barritt as The Woman and Carole Stennett as Miss Forsythe.
Ian Bonar, Trevor Cooper, Joseph Mydell, Matthew Seadon-Young, Nenda Neurer, Femi Tomowo and Emmanuel Ogunjinmi reprise their roles from the Young Vic production.
Audiences meet Willy Loman, a hardworking American who has dedicated his life to a career as a New York salesman. Despite years of work, money continues to be tight, and actions buried in the past begin to re-surface. Willy is forced to confront his long cherished dreams, and instead acknowledge the plain and simple life he has led.
Wishing to be wealthy, his dreams of striking it rich seem to disappear with each day, as a montage of memories and arguments show how his inability to change will impact his new-found reality. As his past comes back to haunt him, how will people view him and live successfully in the land of the free.
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You can book from 17-Oct-2019 to 04-Jan-2020.
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