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Death of a Salesman London - See one of the greatest plays of the 20th century
Death of a Salesman is a play that needs little introduction. This 1949 play by Arthur Miller won both the Tony Award for Best Play and Pulitzer Prize for Drama after its release and is considered by many to be one of the best of the 20th century. After seventy years, it arrived at the Piccadilly Theatre in London to rave reviews, marking it as one of the best productions ever made. Be sure to buy your Death of a Salesman tickets on StubHub today.
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After its initial run on Broadway and countless other productions over the years, Death of a Salesman began a run at the Piccadilly Theatre in London in 2019. It tells of a man and his struggles with life and the American Dream, as he wrestles with his memories and future hopes in the apparent onset of dementia. It’s a mind-bending play that blurs the lines between reality and memory, something alluded to in its original title—The Inside of His Head. This concept is helped in part by the wonderful stage design by Anna Fleischle, which visually reinforces the blurring of realities and thoughts. This production of Death of a Salesman London started at the Young Vic theatre and received five-star reviews before its popularity led to an extension on the initial run and an eventual move to the Piccadilly Theatre. Whether you want to grab a ticket or get rid of one you can’t use, you can use StubHub to both buy and sell Death of a Salesman London tickets.
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One of the most interesting aspects of this production is the casting. Unlike in most renditions of Death of a Salesman, this one features a black cast as the main family. It’s a shrewd choice and one that, without changing any of Arthur Miller’s original dialogue, adds a new level of depth to what is already considered a masterpiece. This draws comparisons to a production of Company at Gielgud Theatre (which, like Death of a Salesman London, was directed by Marianne Elliott), where the main character was changed from a man to a woman to add a new dimension to the work. On top of this, the choice of actors for this production is superb. Principal actors include Wendell Pierce (known from TV shows The Wire and Suits) as the main character Willy Loman, and Sharon D Clarke (nominated for several Olivier Awards and winner of the Best Supporting Actress Olivier Award in 2014) as his wife, Linda Loman. Don’t miss the opportunity to see one of the most exciting interpretations of Death of a Salesman in years; get Death of a Salesman London tickets on StubHub.
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